The biggest mistake I made was leaving and going to work for Family Dollar as an ASM because I made better money at McDonalds and I got better hours. Biggest regret of my life. Even though I did end up with management experience. Wish every day I could go back to McDonalds.
That you met different personalities you met some difficult people and you met some great people but what I like the most you have to keep calm and work hard and that’s big for me cause I used to have one of the baddest attitude now I done work with people who attitude worst then yours and you handle it it’s like joy
I was working for McDonalds Therapy. I enjoyed the people and the hours were perfect. Then Covid 19 hit. They layed me off because there was no patients coming in and the therapist told the boss that whatever needed done she could do so I really did not need to be there. She could take care of what patients there was and everything else. A week later the office called and the manager told me that they were going to eliminate my job. So I did not have a job to go back too, when things got better and place started back up again. I have been looking for something to do ever since. Then in April of this year the store my husband had been working for about 14 years went broke and closed the store. So he is looking for work also. We are both on unemploy-ment but how far does that ago and it will end in September.
What made me stay at #McDonald's was the friendliness and chance of a better future. The crew, managers, and customers were nice and so was the paycheck.
How bout you? Why did you stay at McDonald’s if you worked there?