McDonald’s Website Tells Its Workers to Eat Smaller Meals, Sell Xmas Gifts on Ebay
It’s almost that magical time of year, where Americans engage in vertical food distribution, cheer the Cowboys getting in the end zone, and trample over one another in their quest to celebrate the birth of the flat screen TV. It’s also a time where mega corporations are supposed to be somewhat less a-holes. Well, maybe not if you’re McDonald’s. McDonald’s, in partnership with Visa, runs a financial planning website with a very Hallmark-y message for its low paid employees: eat smaller meals and sell those annoying Christmas gifts on Ebay.
Just when you thought McDonald’s learned its lesson after previously urging its employees to seek food stamps, the purveyor brightly colored crap that’s bound to not make your colon “not love it” appears to have simply tweaked its message. The McDonald’s website cares so much about your well-being, it doesn’t want you to waste your time eating a full meal. After all, who has time for that in these stressful times.
But what should we do about the upcoming holidays, ever-so wise McDonald’s website?
McDonald’s pays you enough to invest in a lovely one room dog house, so they certainly know how you can manage debt. Just in case you were thinking of either buying or receiving presents this year for Christmas, don’t. You work for McDonald’s; you should he happy enough. With that in mind, the McDonald’s website wants you to stop your complaining and sell your stuff on Ebay.