Getting hired at McDonald's is a big deal, and it's not an easy job.
Low pay, long hours, and constant pressure to perform under the scrutiny of the general public best describe this public-facing workplace.
Workers at McDonald's should feel confident that their bosses have their best interests at heart, no matter how challenging the task may be.
One McDonald's employee claims that was not the case for her.
To The Guardian, Rosalia Manuel revealed her belief that she was terminated from her job because she spoke out against sexual harassment.
Manuel said how she had seen several cases of sexual harassment at the San Jose McDonald's where she worked.