cashier and sales assistant (Former Employee) – Cape Town, Western Cape – 17 June 2017
I gained a lot of information working at McDonald's especially about food safety dealing with different people of different cultures and different taste and providing them with the best service ever in order for them to call again
General Manager (Former Employee) – Baragwanath, Gauteng – 17 August 2017
When the que is about to reach the door. To work at a fast pace and to listen attentively and be vigilant. Management was always there for us. Workplace culture was nice we were all always hyper to give customers their orders fast. Basically was when we did everything because we were general workers so we did everything. The interaction we had with customers and the bond.
waitress and cashier (Former Employee) – East London, Eastern Cape – 1 March 2017
It's a cool place to be,easy to learn because of the guidance,the are hard times to work with the management, workplace is always clean as you go, the hardest part of the job is when you working night shifts, most enjoyable is the free lunches
It is a nice place to work at just that the benefits are not good enough to provide a family. The working environment is user friendly. The management team does adhere to one's queries. To some up I would say all is fine except the benefits.
cashier (Former Employee) – Tzaneen, Limpopo – 22 September 2016
To be honest it was very hectic as it was in the festive seasons but i managed to pull through as the staff gave me no hard times as I am a fun person to be around.I learnt that patients is vital in any work place and satisfying customers should be your goal even though they are wrong.
cashier/receptionist (Former Employee) – Gauteng – 26 July 2016
Firstly I like to talk about their uniform us so attractive, the service is to good and in point, learning to work with different people and getting to know different languages, able to work under pressure...