Soon, it may no longer be accurate to refer to a low-wage gig without benefits as a "McJob." The fast food giant recently showed interest in hiking employee wages and job benefits.
"The improvements we made to our compensation and benefits package to employees in U.S. - company operated restaurants, along with expanding [the tuition assistance program] Archways to Opportunity ... have resulted in lower crew turnover and higher customer satisfaction scores," says McDonald's CEO Steve Easterbrook, according to Forbes.
Last year, the company increased their pay scale for its lowest paid worker in the company-owned restaurants. Hike was calculated for at least $1 above the local minimum wage rate. An employee benefit package for the part time and full time workers with paid vacation and tuition assistance was recorded.
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