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McDonald & # 39; s employee "close to tears, is forced to do large jobs herself"


McDonald's customer slams "utterly disgusting" scenes as "overworked employees who are on the verge of tears are forced to do large jobs themselves."

  • The video filmed at McDonald & # 39; s in Ealing, London, shows a worker handling large orders
  • They posted a video on Twitter and hit the multibillion dollar fast food chain
  • McDonald & # 39; s will only be open for transit and delivery during the third closure

A McDonald & # 39; s customer struck "absolutely disgusting" scenes in a London branch of the global fast food chain after an overworked employee who was close to tears processed a large order herself.

The video, recorded in the restaurant in Ealing, shows the worker carrying dozens of take-away bags on a table while a crowd of delivery people wait outside.

A man who recorded a video posted on Twitter says, “Look at this, no staff. A multi-billion dollar company cannot afford to have one person just standing there. & # 39;

The video, recorded in the restaurant in Ealing, shows the worker carrying dozens of take-away bags on a table while a crowd of delivery people wait outside

The Twitter headline says the woman is the only worker in the restaurant, although it is unclear whether there are other workers in other parts of the establishment

The Twitter headline says the woman is the only worker in the restaurant, although it is unclear whether there are other workers in other parts of the establishment

The Twitter headline says the woman is the only worker in the restaurant, although it is unclear whether there are other workers in other parts of the establishment.

The man wrote: “About 15 drivers were waiting outside to collect their Uber Eats orders, and one woman ran back alone and the fourth between the kitchen handing out the orders.

"She was so overwhelmed and close to tears."

He added that the worker had come to a point where she was "frozen and didn't know what to do".

A man who recorded a video posted on Twitter says, “Look at this, no staff. A billion dollar company can't afford to have a person just standing there. & # 39;

A man who recorded a video posted on Twitter says, “Look at this, no staff. A billion dollar company can't afford to have a person just standing there. & # 39;

You hear the man say, "Shameful portrayal of the management of a billion dollar company. I can't afford to pay £ 9 an hour for at least one more person to help her."

You hear the man say, "Shameful portrayal of the management of a billion dollar company – can't afford to pay £ 9 an hour for at least one more person to help her."

You hear the man say, "Shameful portrayal of the management of a billion dollar company – I can't afford to pay £ 9 an hour for at least one more person to help her."

McDonald & # 39; s will only be open to transit and deliveries during the third national lockdown.

A McDonald & # 39; s spokesperson said: "The video in question shows orders waiting to be picked up by delivery drivers and we are working with our delivery partners to ensure that pick-up delays are avoided where possible.

"Other team members were of course present and supported each other as usual."

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