McDonalds cuts job on falling sales
This includes a diligent review of the brands corporate home office and McDonald\'s USA structures and resources in order to redirect nearly $100 million.
McDonald's is cutting job at itâ€™s headquarter based in US due to fall in the same store sales, reports Reuters.
The burger chain has fired 63 people in US following as four consecutive quarters same-store sales declines.
The job cuts are a part of a $100 million cost-cutting and restructuring effort, said McDonaldâ€™s.
Presently, the brand has over 1,700 employees at its Oak Brook, III headquarters.
"McDonald's is moving with a sense of urgency to improve the financial performance by taking actions based on the long-term," said, a Spokeswoman.
The spokeswoman added that, this includes a diligent review of our corporate home office and McDonald's USA structures and resources in order to redirect nearly $100 million in savings toward business priorities such as digital and new restaurant platforms that will support our key growth drivers.
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