Alright, let's be real for a minute here - searching for a job can, at times, be frustrating. Not only do you have to wonder whether or not a spot is hiring, you also have the added pressure of not knowing if the company you're applying at is a fully awesome place to work for.
But the good news is that one company is definitely, 100% looking to new crew members, guest experience leaders and managers - and is definitely, 100% an amazing place to work.
McDonald's Canada is looking to hire 8,500 people this spring throughout Canada, and all thanks to its National Hiring Day event. Trust, it's an event not to be missed.
Going down April 10th, all job seekers are invited to apply in all participating McDonald's restaurants, all over the country. So who knows - you could go in for a delicious Big Mac, and come out with an awesome job!
Oh, and PS, McDonald's just so happens to be one of the largest youth employers in the whole country. And considering it helps young workers acquire skills that will help them all along their professional and personal lives... well, it's no wonder why. Just check out what one employee had to say about the experience:
"I have learned an abundance of skills, the two most important, one being leadership and the understanding of social dynamics […] that can be used in a multitude of different career paths".
- (Austin Wilkie, 18, Guest Experience Leader, McDonald's Sheridan Centre.)
Want to improve your teamwork abilities and gain experience? Want to discover people from all horizons and be apart of a dynamic set of individuals? McD's is the perfect place to do so! Get involved with the community and engage with the Canadian public at all times during the year:
"Team work is at the core of everything we do. For your order to be ready, a full team got together to prepare it for you."
(Sara Bertrand, 21, Shift Manager at McDonald's in Mascouche.)
If you appreciate a cool work environment, you'll find your spot in the McFamily. Build memorable work relationships, and carry out the values shared by McDonald's!
"I consider my colleagues like a second family, without them my work wouldn't be the same."
(Pier-Anne Allard, 19, Shift Manager, McDonald’s Saint-Zotique)
McDonald’s is looking to hire crew members, guest experience leaders and managers across the country! So if you're ready to embark on a job that'll give you valuable experience and make you feel like you're part of a family, then on April 10th, go into any participating McDonald's Canada restaurant to apply!