With millions of disposable coffee cups finding their way into landfill each year, businesses have been searching for ways to increase recycling of the single-use item.
When it comes to their wages, McDonald’s workers around the world are not “Loving It” – and they haven’t been shy about expressing their discontent over the past four years.
McDonald’s is currently not in the top 10 of millennials’ (customers primarily ages 18-32) favorite restaurants.” If McDonald’s can’t solve this problem, its future is at risk.
A living wage would not only have a positive effect on employee well-being, which improves productivity and reduces employee turnover; it also would increase the buying power of citizens, which is good for the economy and the company itself.
A recent Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll found that 63 percent of Americans “strongly favor” raising the minimum wage to $10.10 per hour...yet it remains at 7.25 - what's widely considered to be a "poverty wage".
More and more consumers are making it clear that they want to do business with companies that they can trust. Increasing consumer trust increases top line sales. But maintaining consumer trust requires honest business practices and open lines of communication.
Webinar: McDonald’s CSR Chief Bob Langert: Corporate Culture, Organizational Design & Sustainability
A Moment With McDonald’s: Examining the Connection Between Organizational Design, Corporate Culture & Sustainability Goals
Join us for the next TSSS event when McDonald's will share its sustainability journey and how it is tackling the challenge of customer engagement.