‘Unacceptable’: McD hits back at restaurant manager for discriminating OKU employee

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Recently, Malaysians were shocked to learn that a McDonald’s store in Seremban was referring to its OKU employees by their employee ID instead of their names.

READ MORE: McD Seremban Allegedly Refers to OKU Employees by Work ID Numbers Instead of Names, Shocking Netizens

After learning of the incident, McDonald’s Malaysia released a statement seen by TRP in support of the OKU employee in question.

McDonald’s Malaysia notes that they immediately conducted an internal investigation to settle the matter.

We are able to confirm that the behavior of the specific restaurant manager was unacceptable and in violation of McDonald’s Diversity and Inclusion Policy. Appropriate action will be taken against the individual.

McDonald’s Malaysia at TRP

Additionally, McDonald’s Malaysia has contacted the family of the affected crew member to express their sincere apologies for the incident and resolve this issue. They said the crew member is valued staff who has worked at McDonald’s for four years.

As a people-oriented company, we strive to provide an inclusive work environment and promote a culture that allows our employees to grow and form harmonious relationships as members of the McFamily.

McDonald’s Malaysia at TRP

Previously, Aniq, 30, was only listed by employee number, not name, on the work list, causing her to miss her shifts.

However, the director then insulted Aniq, calling him an idiot and “not human”.

READ MORE: McD Seremban Allegedly Refers to OKU Employees by Work ID Numbers Instead of Names, Shocking Netizens


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Anne Doral

Anne is an advocate for sustainable living and the circular economy, and was successful in inspiring the team to use reusable containers for tapau food. She is also the proud mother of 4 cats and a rabbit.

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