"I think this company needs a driver."
"A structural VAR uses economic theory to sort out the contemporaneous links among the variables (Bernanke, 1986; Blanchard and Watson, 1986; Sims, 1986). Structural VARs require "identifying assumptions" that allow correlations to be interpreted causally. These identifying assumptions can involve the entire VAR, so that all of the causal links in the model are spelled out, or just a single equation, so that only a specific causal link is identified. This produces instrumental variables that permit the contemporaneous links to be estimated using instrumental vari- ables regression. The number of structural VARs is limited only by the inventiveness of the researcher."
"Good people. Have made me feel like family."
"Crew was great. The job itself was not bad.The problem is a horrible/unprofessional store manager. There is so much discrimination and some major issues that need to be looked into."
"They suck and I don't like them very much myself."
"Love my job. GM is very good, the best boss I have ever had. I have worked with a lot of companies but this one is extra nice. Co workers are there for you if management says or does something wrong to you, if you are right."
"Our general manager is overbearing and negative. He is pushy and makes us feel bad about our work. If we mess up we are basically done. When we are hired we are automatically told that we are replaceable. We are not valued. They don't even bother to remember our names. If you don't do well they will give you the "pity-jobs" (lobby (cleaning) or stocking). This company has no real regard for its employees."
"I can say 3 because one bad experience doesn't define all. BUT with this chain you should consider that can swing both ways. Honestly I did not know what to expect, but the customer service was thumbs down. I've never been made to wait like that. I could tell by my reception as an applicant I ought not to think I'd thrive working there and it was a location in a rather decrepit area. I just thought the McDs here might be more... palatable. The manager didn't even smile. Go on and bail, your meal ticket, no one gives a damn whether you're coming or going."
"This was a good employer. We wanted to do more things but it wasn't good."
"It is great, There is a lot of support."
"I've worked for McDonald's for about one year. It was a really good experience for me, the managers were amazing, and so were the co-workers. Great environment, and the store was always kept nice and clean for customers."
"I've been working for McDonald's since 2007 and my experience working with them has made me become a better person as far as being a leader! I'm able to run a store on my own and I'm certified and licensed. Many opportunities are given once you've worked for McDonald's, opens doors to other great experiences you may want to pursue."
"I have never worked at anyone else's company before, I have been working at so many McDonald's Restaurant locations for over 7 years."
"McDonald's is a great career path for the self motivated and driven employee. It offers a lot of opportunity for advancement quickly. I am an assistant manager and GM in training. I started when I was 16 and it has taken me 6 part time years and one full time year to get to where I am now. The hours can be long and the pay is slightly too low but the overall quality of life isn't bad."
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