McDonald’s Malaysia recognised for its Commitment to Talent Company continues to be among the country’s best employers for putting its people first and strengthening human capital development efforts
McDonald’s Malaysia was recently accorded four prestigious Human Resource awards, spanning the month of November. The company’s accolades included the Best Employer Award 2019 and Commitment to Talent Focus Award 2019 by Kincentric; Best Company to Work for in Asia 2019 Award by HR Asia; and Malaysia’s Most Improved Healthiest Workplace for Large Organisations by AIA Vitality.
“Our people have always been our priority – they are the very reason for McDonald’s Malaysia’s success today. Being acknowledged by Kincentric, HR Asia, and AIA Vitality is truly an honour, as we continue our journey of building a strong brand that always puts its people first,” said Managing Director and Local Operating Partner of McDonald’s Malaysia, Azmir Jaafar.
On top of that, McDonald’s provides the necessary training and skills development programmes to elevate each person to excel in their individual capacities.
McDonald’s Talent Programmes within the Local Community
• Management Apprenticeship Programme – An 18-month, structured restaurant operations training, which only runs on weekends, is aimed at university students intending to pursue a career as a Management Trainee, which can lead to bigger roles in the Operations department. They would also have opportunities to pursue a career path in other areas like Marketing, Human Resources, Training, Customer Service, Supply Chain, Development and many others.
• Internship Programme – Offers 3 to 6 months exposure into McDonald’s working systems (in the restaurant operational areas and the head office support functions), culture and values in making feel good moments for the customers.
• Partnership with Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) for MBA programme – Management trainees and managers who have completed selected McDonald’s in-house training modules will be eligible for credit transfers to pursue an MBA programme under Azman Hashim International Business School’s (AHIBS) of Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.
The global company also stands by a healthy and balanced lifestyle, where it places emphasis on occupational health, as well as encourages flexibility through its benefits and leave bank entitlement. Being dubbed as Malaysia’s Most Improved Healthiest Workplace for Large Organisations by AIA Vitality Awards 2019 further affirms McDonald’s growing efforts in promoting workplace health and creating a healthy environment for its employees.
The company continuously strives to listen to their people through the McDonald’s Employee Value Proposition (EVP), which focuses on treating employees as extended family and friends. McDonald’s also believes in supporting their people by equipping them with lifelong career and personal skills, as well as providing the flexibility that works best with their personal requirements.
McDonald’s Malaysia currently employs more than 14,000 people in over 290 restaurants across the country. With plans to open 450 stores by 2025, McDonald’s Malaysia also targets to add 10,000 more people to its workforce.
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