McDonalds Franchise Joins


Leading McDonalds Franchise has joined and is hiring our nations veterans ASAP!


Tandem Inc., one of McDonalds largest franchise owners in Virginia and North Carolina, is Hiring

Originally opening in 1940 as McDonald’s Bar-B-Que on Fourteenth and E street in San Bernardino, California as a drive in with a large menu and car-hop services, it shut down for 3 months in 1948 and reopens as a self-service drive in restaurant and took on the famous name McDonald’s. The menu was reduced to 9 items: hamburger, cheese burger,soft drinks, milk,coffee,potato chips and a slice of pie.

Recently adding jobs on, McDonald’s is looking for a wide range of jobs starting with manager positions, to beverage specialists to join the McCafe team, and also night shifts for the stores opened for 24 hours.
Locations hiring now in Elizabeth City NC, as well as Smithfield VA, and Suffolk VA. Oak Brook IL is also looking for veterans to fill positions as communication supervisors,analytics manager, and much more.
Committed to their people.  McDonald’s  provides opportunity, nurture talent, develops leaders and reward achievement. McDonald’s believes that a team of well-trained individuals with diverse backgrounds and experiences, working together in an environment that fosters respect and drives high levels of engagement, is essential to our continued success.
Check out McDonald’s for hiring information and join their great team of people.


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