Company looks to shine light on opportunities that come with a McJob
McDonald’s Corp. officials said the company’s plan to hire 50,000 people in one day presents it with an opportunity to show that a “McJob” isn’t a dead end but rather the start of a career. With its National Hiring Day initiative April 19, McDonald’s will increase its workforce from 650,000 people in the United States to 700,000. The move comes at a time the brand’s growth is more likely to come from increased same-store sales rather than rapidly ...
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