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research and surveys, the organization discovered that its customers desired speed as one of the restaurants’ top priorities. Therefore, McDonald’s vision aims to “provide fast, friendly and accurate service”.McDonalds faces competition as well as customers changing their trends and choices and this impacts the company’s business structure. People get tired of the same brand especially ones they are used to and ones that see everywhere. McDonalds is very over exposed. Another thing McDonalds has to be careful with as a large chain is making sure they maintain their standards and make sure they don’t lack in quality service or else it will affect the whole brand. Globalization and human recoursesMcDonald's continues to be recognized as a premier franchising company around the world. More than 80% of the restaurants worldwide are owned and operated by the Franchisees. For McDonald's to work out the supply of labor available it examines the numbers of people available to work, how long they can work for, their ability to do the required job, their productivity and other factors. The key to McDonald's human resources management is that it is seen as a strategic concern for McDonald's. Rather than being simply a specialized function, it is a concern for all managers. Managers across McDonald's are being given responsibilities for selecting, motivating, developing and evaluating employees. All managers are therefore taking on human resource responsibilities.
Business plan of McDonaldsMcDonald’s has a large amount of flexibility in its accounting methods.