McDonald's new CEO doesn't own a single share of the company

Galtero Lara
Noviembre 8, 2019

At McDonald's, for example, "employees who have a direct or indirect reporting relationship to each other are prohibited from dating or having a sexual relationship".

A growing trend among small companies is to sponsor happy hours for their staffers to increase camaraderie, said David Lewis, CEO of HR provider OperationsInc, based in Norwalk, Connecticut.

McDonalds has not shared further subtleties of the relationship that prompted the terminating.

Former McDonald's CEO, Steve Easterbrook, attending the annual Allen & Company Sun Valley Conference, July 10, 2019 in Sun Valley, Idaho. "Easterbrook's decision to resign was not due to any disagreement with the Company on any matter relating to its operations, policies or practices", Walmart said.

Easterbrook fell afoul of those rules and was forced out on Sunday for demonstrating "poor judgement involving a recent consensual relationship with an employee".

In September, scores of local government officials from 31 USA states pressured McDonald's to do a better job of protecting workers from groping, obscene comments and other forms of sexual harassment, adding their voices to an employee-led campaign that has seen walkouts at several stores.

United States companies, particularly the larger ones, have had codes of conduct for their employees for years, and more firms have been adopting them recently. A cricket enthusiast who earned a reputation among former United Kingdom colleagues for being amusing, fair and a lover of simplicity, Easterbrook was also the rare McDonald's CEO with experience running other restaurant chains.

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McDonald's had no immediate comment on the group's statement.

Easterbrook moved McDonalds from an extreme time, said Jonathan Maze, the manager of Restaurant Business. He improved deals still on the rise this year and rebuilt the organization, accelerating basic leadership and cutting several millions in overhead costs, Maze said.

He likewise grasped innovation as in-store stands, online-request conveyance and, in March, a $300 million beginning up obtaining meant to accelerate McDonalds pass through administrations.

Kempczinski, 51, left Kraft Foods four years ago and joined McDonald's as part of a sweeping management shakeup.

Hes been entirely significant, said Maze, who says Easterbrooks ouster flag that organizations are taking relationship strategy infringement much more truly than they used to. "Easterbrook told staff that Kempczinski was a significant accomplice to me throughout the most recent four years and. the ideal individual to assume the job of CEO". Currently, Chris is getting 1.25 million Dollars salary. A securities and exchange commission filing suggests that Easterbrook informed the company about his resignation, which will be effective immediately.

In a meeting with the Wall Street Journal, Kempczinski said he will proceed Easterbrooks interests in innovation and that he anticipates examining franchisees concerns. The arrangement is working.

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