McDonald's will mandate worker training to combat harassment, discrimination and violence in its restaurants worldwide starting next year, the company said. (April 14)
CHRIS KEMPCZINSKI: What we're trying to do here is to provide both current employees, as well as prospective employees, the confidence that, when they walk into a McDonald's restaurant, they know that they're going to be protected. This would be something that you would-- you would get onboard with as training coming into the system.
You know, when you take it sort of that everybody sort of understands the values, well that's-- that's not true. And we've got to make sure, as leadership, that we're continuing to set the expectations both so that people know is this a company I want to be a part of, but also to be very clear about what the expectations are.