Can The Monster Be Stopped? McDonald’s Treats Employees Like Dirt And Nobody Cares

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It treats its employees like dirt and makes food which is barely real, so one wonders why McDonald’s continues to thrive. The fast food chain either needs a major revamp or it should held responsible for its actions.

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It treats its employees like dirt and makes food which is barely real, so one wonders why McDonald’s continues to thrive. The fast food chain either needs a major revamp or it should held responsible for its actions.

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Low Pay is Not OK, an advocacy group working for low wages in the fast food industry, posted this video on their site. It shows some of the ‘helpful’ tips McDonald’s suggested on its McResources portal for its struggling-to-make-ends-meet workforce.

In fact, McDonald’s employees are in such bad shape that there is a website to help them support themselves and their families on minimal wages.

And that’s not all: McDonald’s Budget Tool Assumes Employees Have Second Job

McDonald’s is not the only fast food chain that pays its employees a pittance. Earlier this year, fast food employees gathered in Chicago, and again a few months later, to demand better wages.

An interesting read: Could You Survive On A Fast-Food Employee Salary? Probably Not

However, it is McDonald’s that seems to be leading the pack when it comes to treating its employees like rubbish, begging the question, how is it allowed to continue in this stead? Where are the campaigns to teach the company a lesson on treating its employees better? Or serve healthier food for that matter?

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According to USA Today, McDonald’s sells 2.36 billion burgers every year. These staggering figures show that despite selling substandard food and providing its employees with minimal wage, McDonald’s is doing thriving business and nobody is able to stop this monster. It seems as though the fast food giant is beyond accountability.

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