McDonald’s to create 5,000 UK jobs
27 July 2016
- From the section Business
McDonald’s says it will create 5,000 new jobs by the end of next year, taking its total number of employees in the UK to 115,000.
The burger chain said the jobs were needed for new restaurants and extended opening hours.
UK boss Paul Pomroy said the company was committed to the UK, but added that “challenging economic conditions” remained.
McDonald’s has seen 41 consecutive quarters of sales growth in the UK.
“As a major UK employer, we have added more than 15,000 people to our workforce during the last five years as a result of our sustained business growth and long-term investment in recruitment and training,” he added.
“Growth has been driven by investment and innovation in the restaurant experience, new restaurants and extended opening hours – over half of our stores are now open 24/7 throughout the week.”