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11 questions about Benefits at McDonald's
Not at Roadchef need to pay £1 plus £5 for transport from Worcester every day
Answered 27 June 2017
Free food for break. Quite flexible for schedule if you know others can take your shifts
Answered 3 October 2018
Unless you're a manager you get told to book off you're time. If you're crew you get just book when ever
Answered 28 September 2018
They don’t care they will make you work over your children, i had to and other parents
Answered 4 December 2017
A positive of Mcdonalds is that due to the amount of people they employ time off is easy to come by. As fair as holidays you have to give notice that is the same length as your holiday. For example if your going on a week holiday you do not have to tell them untill a week before.
Answered 18 July 2018
NI number, Passport/driving license
Answered 18 July 2018
Due to being part time my sick days were usually just as long as I gave them a notice I’d get the day off
Answered 4 October 2018
Yes my store was very flexible with allowing time off
Answered 5 April 2019
No, they only hire 16 and over at McDonalds unfortunately.
Answered 25 January 2022
Depending on the situation and circumstances yes they willl let you have time off for bereavement
Answered 3 February 2021
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