Friday, December 27, 2013
McDonald's Shuts Down Website That Told Employees To Not Eat Fast Food
LOLz! McDonald's, you cray!
Remember last week when one of McDonald's employee resources websites actually suggested employees AVOID eating at fast food restaurants, and even then told them to not choose burgers if they HAD to eat fast?
Remember that? Remember how McDonald's kinda brushed it off like people were taking it out of context, except everyone had access to the context? You can read about it HERE if you legitimately forget!
Well, it looks like everyone was right because McDonald's has now shut that website shizz down because of the "unwarranted scrutiny and inappropriate commentary."
Ha, yeah. Right.
This happened right after the website had provided employees with a sample personal budget suggesting a second income and totally not incorporating food or gas! Fast food workers on average make less than $9 per hour, and now they're being told to not even eat the very food they're selling!
We wonder if they'll ever re-launch the site, or just leave their workers blowing in the wind!
[Image via AP Images.]