DORVAL, QC - McDonald's is proud to announce the creation of over 2,835 jobs in 189 converted restaurants across Québec as part of its modernization of the guest experience which is underway nationwide. With investments of $200,000 to $250,000 per converted location, restaurants in the province have now completed their transformation and are now offering customers an entirely new experience.
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"With the introduction of our Create Your Taste™ burger concept and the launch of our Restaurant Experience of the Future, we are transforming the guest experience and creating additional jobs in our restaurants such as new customer experience specialists and waiter positions," explained Natalie Saulnier, Vice President, Eastern Canada for McDonald's Restaurants of Canada Limited.
More than one hundred and eighty-nine restaurants across the province now feature the new McDonald's Canada experience, which includes the following five features:
"This new offering is one component of a bold plan that aims to transform the way our customers experience McDonald's across the country," added Natalie Saulnier. "We are evolving without fundamentally changing who we are. Customers will be able to have more interaction with our employees, while having access to more service opportunities with the new technology available to them in restaurants and the new customizable burger options. Our commitment to serve up delicious food and friendly service remains the same...only better!" concluded Ms. Saulnier.
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