This September 2017 video from Britain says about itself:
You can tell these McDonald’s workers by the burns on their arms
Breaking the Silence
Further reports on working conditions at McDonalds: here.
By Peter Lazenby in Britain:
Monday, October 15, 2018
The incident occurred at the weekend after fire engulfed Clifton Moor retail park outside York.
Ten fire appliances and crews were called out as a large area was covered in thick, dark smoke.
Two aerial appliances were used and firefighters were at the scene from 4.30pm on Saturday and overnight.
Some of them went into a local McDonald’s and asked for refreshments after new crews arrived to relieve them. They were refused because they had no money on them.
They left and were later brought drinks by a local resident.
Mr Williams told the Star: “It’s an indication of the capitalist society we live in.
“McDonald’s staff are among the lowest-paid in the country and often adhere to company policy for fear of repercussions.
“Our sympathies are with that group of workers. They are often not unionised and feel too intimidated to stick out against company policies.” …
McDonald’s workers are campaigning for a £10-an-hour wage regardless of age and for trade union recognition, as are workers at restaurant chain TGI Fridays and pub group Wetherspoon.
The Unite union is recruiting at TGI Fridays, while the Bakers, Food and Allied Workers Union is organising at McDonald’s and Wetherspoon.
MCDONALD’S CEO OUT AFTER ROMANCING EMPLOYEE McDonald’s chief executive has been pushed out after violating company policy by engaging in a consensual relationship with an employee. The fast food giant said former president and CEO Steve Easterbrook demonstrated poor judgment. [AP]