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    3, The McDonald’s impact in people McDonald also brought the different impact on the people, such as children, young people, workers and the elderly. These effects have been reflected in their life.  Children: ,Now, we had to admit that the ad effect of McDonald is very good. However, children are the most uncontrollable group of people; they are always easier to attract by delicious burgers and ice cream. This is the huge success of McDonald. However, there comes a question, approximately ten…

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    countries, transplanting over 36,000 outlets. It’s found at gas stations, shopping malls, college campuses, sporting events and even hospitals. McDonalds is monopolizing itself in each block and taunting us to dine there. The people are aware that McDonald’s food can be harmful to our bodies but what makes people continue to consume their food is not just because it is delicious, it’s also affordable and convenient. Although McDonalds offers affordability and convenience, we end up paying a…

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    If you had been on the jury, how would you have decided this case and why? In my opinion McDonalds was negligent, knowing they had received numerous other complaints from customers about the hot coffee and injuries sustained. McDonald was selling coffee at 180% which is hotter than the majority of restaurants and the customers’ expectations. Do the benefits of the hot coffee exceed the costs, where the costs are measured as the probability of an injury times the medical and other expenses of…

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    The goal of advertising is to persuade people to whatever service or product you’re providing. I wanted to write about McDonald’s and the way they advertise their products to customers, especially to children. McDonald’s has always used popular figures in pop culture for their commercials, from actors to athletes and animated characters. In earlier commercials for children they would often use Ronald Mcdonald who would become the mascot for the fast-food chain. However as time went on McDonalds…

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    So I applied at every “cool” retail shop in the mall. I got one call back but didn’t end up making the cut. Sadly, my worst nightmare came true I had to take the plunge and apply at fast food restaurants. A few days later, I received a call from McDonald’s wanting to set up an interview. I went in for the interview a few days later, and was offered the job on the spot. I have been working at McDonalds for two years, and this is the best job I’ve ever had! McDonalds gives me flexible work hours,…

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    In the case study "McDonald's 24/7 Turnaround based on Service and Quality", the key facts would be the downfalls and the criticism that McDonald's took, regarding the service and quality of their products, and what it took to bring about their success. McDonald's stock suffered a major loss in 2002-2003 (Ferrell, 2009). Along with sales and business, they also suffered from being to blame and accused of Americas obesity epidemic (Ferrell, 2009). It took McDonald's former vice chairman and…

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    the ordering window, the franchise owners were offering corn on the cob and fried chicken, they were adding lettuce to their hamburgers and many other types of issues that goes against McDonald’s policy. This leads to the second ethical dilemma incurred when Ray Kroc encountered two franchise owners of McDonald's at the golf course where he approached them about not following the standards that were set by Maurice and Richard McDonald. The violations that they made were their menus offered extra…

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    Introduction of McDonald’s McDonald’s is the most famous fast food restaurant in the world. People who love fast food for sure would not give a miss to Mcdonald’s. McDonald’s began since 1950s; the founder was Raymond Albert Kroc. Raymond Kroc was serving milk shaker maker also called multi-mixer with hamburger to the customer and it had become famous ever since then (mcdonalds,2015). The signature food that Mcdonald’s is selling would be its Burger. There are many types of burger such as,…

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    KFC and McDonald’s, which one do you prefer? Both of them are very outstanding fast food restaurants nowadays, and they are well-known with their deep-fried foods around world. Not only children or teenagers, but adults also can’t bulletproof themselves from KFC and McDonald’s. Some may thinks that these two companies have similar with each other because they both sell fried foods and were derived from the States. Quite the contrary, KFC and McDonald’s have different methods which make them…

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    The service provided in McDonald’s Singapore is reliable. They are accurately delivered, and they are dependable. The service and service providers are responsiveness. The service providers in McDonald’s Singapore all have the willingness to assist customers whenever they need help, and they provide timely service. Assurance is the third servqual dimension. Assurance combines a number of things to ensure assurance is achieved. Competence is one where the employees at McDonald’s Singapore posses…

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