The McDonald’s brand and guest experience in Canada is a reflection of the diverse make up of our country. At McDonald’s Canada, we encourage all our people to “bring their whole self” to work. By doing so, we believe we provide the best working environment for our people – one that embraces diversity in all its forms and one that leads to ongoing business success. As an LGBT executive at McDonald’s I know first-hand that the company fully supports and encourages an inclusive work and social environment. At McDonald’s Canada diversity and inclusion isn’t something we pay lip service to, it’s the way we conduct ourselves every day.
Senior Vice President
McDonald’s Restaurants of Canada Limited and its national network of Canadian franchisees own and operate more than 1,400 quick service restaurants and employ more than 80,000 Canadians coast-to-coast. More than 80% of our Canadian restaurants are owned and operated by individual McDonald’s entrepreneurs. McDonald’s Canada has consistently been named one of Canada’s 50 Best Employers by AON Hewitt. We have also been recognized as one of the Best Workplaces in Canada for Women by the Great Places to Work Institute. McDonald’s serves more than 2.5 million Canadians every day.
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