McDonalds is taking the wraps off a new job application process that will be rolling out across the company’s global workforce.
The company says it will start rolling out the new process at restaurants across the U.S. and Europe on Friday.
The process is similar to one McDonalds announced last week.
That announcement focused on the application process for those with a bachelor’s degree, but not for those without a bachelor of arts degree.
The process for hiring and firing employees will remain the same for those who are currently employed.
In the past, McDonalds was only looking for people with a minimum of a bachelor degree in a field of study or trade.
Now, the company says, it will look for the highest-quality candidates who can contribute to the company through both their own work and their roles in the company.
The hiring process for new employees will be conducted through a company-wide process.
The company says its new hiring process will allow McDonalds to better align its hiring strategy with the changing economy.
McDonalds CEO Steve Easterbrook told the Wall Street Journal that he believes the hiring process has helped boost the company as it continues to expand its workforce.
McDonalds says it is looking for:Anyone who has a bachelor, master’s, or doctoral degree in an academic or technical field, who has an interest in foodservice, food marketing, or hospitality management, who is looking to move up through the company hierarchy, and who is interested in building a strong culture of excellence and innovation.
Employees with a college degree will be allowed to apply for positions, but will have to meet minimum requirements.
The most common requirements for this level of education are an undergraduate degree in any of the major U.K. subjects, a master’s degree in the discipline of foodservice management or a Ph.
D. in any field.
The new process will also allow McDonald’s to bring more people into the company, the Wall St. Journal reports.