Lawrence White
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McDonald’s will be raising hourly wages for more than 36,500 hardworking employees at McDonald’s-owned restaurants by an average of 10 percent.

“Our first value is taking care of our people, and today we are rewarding our hardworking employees in McDonald-owned restaurants for serving our communities." - Joe Erlinger, President McDonald’s USA

These increases, which have already begun, will be rolled out over the next several months and include shifting the entry level range for crew to at least $11 - $17 an hour, and the starting range for shift managers to at least $15 - $20 an hour based on restaurant location, read more

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Dale Hagin

I like McDonalds. They are using more tech and that is good. Their App usually works and gives you points! The App makes it easy to order, including customizing the food or drink you want.

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Ezekiel Moncada

WHAT AGE DO U GUYS HIRE AT?

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Sabria Coleman

Is McDonald’s hiring right now

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Nadine Strain

Then cook your own dam breakfast! Geez. How about you go above and fix the way they Train or lack of. They throw you in and tell you to figure it out. Then to deal with IDIOT customers that don't have common sense yeah, pay them more the ones that deserve it. Quit being afraid to fire crappy employees and just pay them right you will be amazed. Too many haters on this thread.

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Charles Brown

Hardworking , but can't remember to put a straw or napkin in my bag ?

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Vincent Montone

Nice to see that mcdonalds rewards horrible customer service with higher pay. 85% of the time when you go thru the drive thru your order is wrong. Even when it is slow they get your order wrong. This is exactly what is wrong with this country. Reward shitty work with higher pay.

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Virginia Spinelli-Buser

Thank you for responding. I forgot to mention that as of 8 months ago, this is a community of a population of 19,000, (Montrose, CO.) There are about 5 very small towns surrounding it. Maybe big cities will be able to absorb wage increases, but it seems like the balance is off in Montrose. Again, thanks for responding.

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Virginia Spinelli-Buser

Everyone has to remember that the economy of the community has to support higher wages. When I wanted to earn more money, I went back to school. Did McDonald's think of how it affects small businesses in the community?

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barrington moore

Do you really think this company is doing this because they love there employees think again they are trying to get ahead of the bullet 12 and not 15 who wins

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Melanie Sharp

Automation coming soon

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