It's quite simple actually. After breakfast, you should meditate and prepare yourself for the tsunami of verbal abuse you will face from customer and staff members alike during work hours. Once you arrive at work, you'll either get a Pepsi to the face which means you're on the till, a mop bucket thrown at you which means you're on cleaning, or if you're really unlucky the manager will drag you kicking-and-screaming to the drive-thru where you will spend the next eight break-less hours being informed that you are a sub-human. And that's it, really.
They organize the backstabbing very well. Other than that...
Working for the company is an ideal place for university students
The managers organise everything which can create a hectic culture in some cases.
Not very good
Everything is very standardized, so it was an easy part time job while I was studying.
Organisation at Mcdonals is very efficient and ther are very rarely any problems with the Crew and the service with the customers.
There is none
It can be a fun environment at times, therefore getting along with the other employees makes the shift better. It is a very fast pace environment, especially on weekends as everyone is off from school and most likely work.
Strict, you wil be told what to do and when to change station but freedom is allowed sometimes when on shortage of staff. The employers will even thank you for helping a station that is in need of it.