McDonald’s Has Some Great Advice For Employees: Return Holiday Gifts to Get Out Of Debt And Stop Complaining

McResource Employees

McDonald’s knows how hard it is for employees to make ends meet – they’ve seen their $7.25 an hour paychecks. So the fast food giant set up a help website for McDonald’s employees called McResource.

The website Low Pay Is Not OK posted a few screenshots from the McResource site, which offers the following tips to employees:

  • You may want to also consider returning some of your unopened purchases that may not seem as appealing as they did.
  • Selling some of your unwanted possessions on eBay or Craigslist could bring in some quick cash.
  • Breaking food into smaller pieces often results in eating less and still feeling full.
  • Stop complaining. Stress hormones rise by 15% after 10 minutes of complaining.
  • At least two vacations a year can cut heart attack risk by 50%.

So can avoiding McDonald’s food – even if you do chop it up into smaller deep-fried pieces. Anyways, I’ve gotten more useful information from my cats, but McDonald’s is sticking to its McResource advice.

“This is an attempt by an outside organization to undermine a well-intended employee assistance resource website by taking isolated portions out of context,” a McDOnald’s spokeswoman wrote. “The McResource website has helped countless employees by providing them with a variety of information and resources on topics ranging from health and wellness to stress and financial management.”

McDonald’s was also criticized earlier this year for the sample budget it provided to employees which suggested picking up a second job and making do without heat. But at least they haven’t set up an employee food drive for their own employees… Walmart.

Via: Business Insider

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