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Pathetic...I remember the days when working at McDonalds was usually a kid's first job in HS...now, people are making it a career expecting McD's to pay a "living wage".
LMAO!!! Dish makes #5 yet Comcast the worst customer service in the history ov EVER has not made the list? No bias in this article /sarc
MacD's #1 because of low wages? Since when is a fast food chain position other than possibly manager meant to be a well paying lifetime career? How about get people to better their skills and offer more than the ability to take an order and dip a pan in a fryer until the timer dings?!?
So a fast food company encourages their employees to sign up for food stamp assistance due to the meager pay? Oh the irony...
I still don't think working at Mickey D's entitles one to a $15/hr pay day...
its not surprising this news. one reason they are hated is because the media loves hating them, and write nothing but negative articles about these 5 companies. its pathetic.
msn you suck!
I worked for two of those companies, Sears in the late 80's and Electronic Arts in the 90's. Both were horrible companies to work for. Bad treatment to their employees and low pay. EA tried to make me work 14 hour days, 7 days a week and I had to share a cubicle with 6 other guys, but at least EA put effort in to their games back then, now they put half effort in to their games. What a joke SEARS customer service is today, if you have take any thing back, you have to wait 2 to 4 weeks to get the credit back and their customer service is in the Philippines.
Comcast should be on this list, with their horrible customer service and rip off prices.
Another story to promote hate towards business, what are the odds the next story will promote info to the low info libtard crowd about government waste and how we can use that money before raising taxes ?
Remember kids, big evil bloated competition less government is a regressives sacred golden cow !
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