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McDonald’s restaurants in Texas hiring 2k this month

McDonald’s restaurants across North Texas plan to hire nearly 2,000 new employees beginning this month with a special three-day hiring event April 13-15.

This move comes as part of a collaborative effort between McDonald’s restaurants in Texas to hire nearly 25,000 workers throughout the state to keep up with hiring demands.

Job openings vary per participating restaurant, with both crew and management positions are available, the company said in the hiring announcement.

A news release said working at McDonald’s offers restaurant employees an opportunity to not only build a successful career, but also offers a chance to learn transferable soft skills such as teamwork, customer service, accountability, and communication in a safe and respectful environment.

To ensure a health-safe working environment, McDonald’s restaurants have implemented more than 50 COVID-19 safety procedures to protect crew and customers. These include wellness and temperature checks, social distancing floor stickers, protective barriers at order points and masks and gloves for employees with the addition of new procedures and training.

McDonald’s and its independent franchisees provide jobs for almost 2 million people across the world and are committed to inspiring workplaces where everyone – from crew to C-suite – is equally supported and empowered to realize their full potential.

“This spring, McDonald’s owner/operators across North Texas are hiring 2,000 people in our communities,” said Chuck O’Reilly, local McDonald’s owner/operator and president of the McDonald’s of North Texas owner/operator co-operative. “As local business owners, we’re proud to offer employees the opportunity to learn important life skills, whether they’re looking for a summer job or starting a career.”

Job seekers can learn more and apply to a restaurant near them at:

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