29 January 2008

McDonalds Degrees - Good or Bad

The truth is the only people that will decide whether a qualification from McDonalds or any one else is worth a jot is employers. If having such a qualification does actually increase someones promotability or job prospects, then it will be a success. If employers just consider it a gimmick and ignore it when it appears on a CV, then a load of people will have spent time and effort on a meaningless qualification.

My fear is that it will turn out to be another Government gimmick with very little substance and loads of bureaucracy. I hope I'm wrong.



Anonymous Anonymous said...


Recently I made a valid complaint to McDonalds customer services dept. about McDonalds poor standards at thier Harben Parade branch at Swiss Cottage, London NW3. The complaint concerned slow service, abrasive attitudes, and matters about unacceptable hygeine standards.

The complaint was passed on to the store by customer services, following which the store's manager, Bakry, promptly banned me from the store. He did not deny that my complaint was valid, but was told that I was banned simply becauseI I had made the complaint in the first place. Their management team consists entirely of immigrants, having come here on dodgy visas and the like, and all of which in favour of my ban, which shows how much we are now under the control of illegal immigrants.

Perhaps this is consistent with McDonalds training practices. It would appear that you have to accept their adverse practices without question or suffer the consequences, as I myself did.

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