McDONALD’S, the international restaurant chain, opened a new premises at Oversley Mill Roundabout in Alcester last week, creating 75 jobs in the area.
The company said those employed at the restaurant would have access to leading training and development programmes, as well as the opportunity to gain nationally recognised qualifications ranging from adult certificates in maths and English to a foundation degree in managing business operations.
In a statement McDonald’s said: “The drive-thru restaurant includes comfortable seating and free WiFi for customers looking for added value from their eating out experiences.
"It also features an outside seating area with furniture recycled from the McDonald’s restaurants in the Olympic Park, as well as energy saving photovoltaic solar panels and over door heaters used within the restaurant.”
Local McDonald’s franchisee, Robert Holdcroft, has taken over the new restaurant.
He said: “We’re really to have opened our doors in Alcester this week and hope to see loyal fans of McDonald’s coming to enjoy what they know and love, as well as new customers being attracted by the inviting look and feel of our restaurant.
“As a local businessman, I’m keen to invest in the area and we’re pleased to be able to provide a significant number of new jobs to local people. Investing in the development of our staff is also important – ensuring they have a good learning ladder of opportunities ahead of them will not only benefit their career but also ultimately help us deliver consistently high levels of customer service.”
The company added: “McDonald’s will continue to invest in the UK, with the opening of new restaurants and the ongoing refurbishment of existing restaurants expected to take place.”
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