McDonald's Manager in SALEM, Massachusetts
at the following location(s):
SALEM-CANAL (03138) - SALEM, MA
MANAGER A McDonald’s manager regulates day-to-day store operations. As a company with multiple franchised locations, specific duties a McDonald's manager performs may vary by location. Overall, a McDonald’s manager performs administrative, labor management, and customer care duties. Administrative responsibilities include maintaining inventory levels, preparing payroll, people practices, and driving restaurant sales and profit. Labor management duties consist of interviewing job applicants, creating work schedules, and motivating team members. To ensure superior customer care,a McDonald's manager must monitor customer satisfaction and resolve customer issues in a fast paced enviornment Mangers will also greet, interact with, and personally serve customers. Additional McDonald’s management duties include making bank deposits and ensuring employees follow all safety and health guidelines.
McDonald's managers may start out earning salaries between $20,000 and $30,000 a year. Pay rates for McDonald's managers increase with experience and business results. Some experienced McDonald’s managers may earn over $60,000 a year. The average yearly income a McDonald's manager earns typically ranges between $30,000 and $40,000 a year. In addition to base pay, McDonald's managers receive generous work benefits, including paid time off, healthcare coverage, and many bonuses’/incentive programs. With hard work and dedication to the brand and customer, McDonalds will take you as far as you want to go.
ServeSafe Certification At least 1 McDonald's Leadership Class attended
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