On April 19th, McDonald’s announced it was hiring 50,000 new employees in one day. I thought I’d share an example of what such experience can become on a resume. I’ve made this anonymous, stripping away some telling details and metrics. This worked very well for a client, and shows that a “McJob” can become a solid entry on your resume.
Instrumental in marketing, business development, and daily operations of high-volume restaurant. Supervised 75 employees, from managers to first-time, entry-level employees. Managed hiring, performance evaluations, personnel actions, scheduling, cost control, ordering, inventory management, and cash handling.
- Introduced several new community-based marketing initiatives, including lunch programs at local schools, bike safety events hosted by McDonald’s and local police department, and local tie-ins with national promotional campaigns.
- Created incentive and peer review programs to reduce absenteeism and turnover.
- Promoted to management from initial hire as counter person/customer service. Demonstrated initiative, professionalism, and desire to take on greater responsibilities.