The Challenges Of Mcdonald's Zero Hour Contracts

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The challenges of McDonald’s Zero Hour Contracts
Introduction
McDonald's is an American hamburger and fast food restaurant chain. It is one of the largest restaurant chains in the world serving about 69 million customers in over 100 countries. As of close of 2016, McDonald’s had 36700 outlets employing 420,000 employees working full time and further 1.9 Million total workers around the world. The company primarily sells, cheeseburgers, hamburgers, French fries, chicken products, soft drinks, breakfast items, milkshakes, wraps, and desserts. The company has improved its menu to also include salads, fish, smoothies, and fruits. McDonalds is operated by either the corporation itself, an affiliate or a franchisee. McDonald’s corporation revenues come from sales in company-operated restaurants, rents, royalties and fees paid by the franchisees. The
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