McDonald’s New York Tri-State recently organized a Hispanic Employee Business Network meeting for local restaurant managers in Iselin, New Jersey. More than 30 McDonald’s General Managers participated in a series of activities focused on enhancing the career development of Hispanic community members.
In addition to learning about available tools and resources that can assist them in becoming better leaders, registered dietician and nutritionist Sandra Arévalo gave her “Good Food” presentation, in which she highlighted the fresh ingredients and wholesome menu choices available at McDonald’s. General Managers learned how to help crew members answer customer questions about the menu while helping to build internal and external brand ambassadors.
“It’s important for our general managers to know that there is a professional network that provides opportunities for advancement through the development, retention and mentoring of Hispanic employees at McDonald’s,” said Marly López, McDonald’s Lead Board Member of the Hispanic Employee Business Network. “These meetings will equip general managers with tools to help build brand trust as well as inform crew members and guests about the food freshness and wholesome menu choices available,” she added.
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