McDonald's careers in Perth WA
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Terrible bosses. Didn't train employees well enough. Employees changed nearly every week as no-one wanted to work their. Pay wasn't the best but also not the worst
The job is overall kinda alright. If you get to work with friends/other people like you, its great as time goes by fast however I have been placed in front as one of three guys that work in front normally, so it's hard for me to socialise and I end up alone. I've asked multiple times to get trained in back area, however I am constantly ghosted and I have recently been getting only 3 hours a week, despite me asking for more shifts. Despite my personal problems though, the work itself is surprisingly simple. Managers and coworkers are forgiving for not knowing everything when you begin, and when I first started out, everyone was happy to help whenever I had a question. In spite of my poor experience there personally, a friend of mine has a much more pleasant experience there so at the end of the day, it is up to you.
bad job would not recommend managers treat you inhumanely and are the most biased people you have ever met. id rather work as a garbage man that work at mcdonalds all over again
(Ok I actually may have laughed a few times with some people but that was just a coping mechanism) really not the best, like it wasn't awful, but I definitely wouldn't recommend Mcdonald's unless it's entry level and you have to. I left after a year. I had had enough after a month.
Very stressful and understaffed. They make you work the job of 3 people which is almost impossible and then the customers blame you for the slow service.