Why I was fired from McDonald’s and why I was able to get the job back
When I was a new employee at McDonald’s in 2016, I was told I was not qualified to be a medical director.
At the time, I had been in a medical center for four years and had no experience in nursing.
After a couple months, my boss, who was a certified nurse anesthetist, told me I would need to be at McDonalds for three months to complete my residency.
He did not give me any specific reasons for this, but it was clear I did not have the necessary training or experience to be an MD or DO.
I was given a letter of recommendation from my boss and a phone call that evening.
I arrived at the clinic at 7:30 that night and was taken to the front of the facility.
It was not long before I had my new position as the medical director of McDonald’s Medical Center in Oakland, California.
The new role, and the fact that I was an MD, allowed me to focus on providing the highest-quality health care to our employees.
I made the right decision to continue my education and work in the field of medicine in order to become a better physician, and I am proud of my accomplishments.
I would like to thank my employer, McDonald’s, for their consideration and support during this difficult time.
McDonald’s is a great company and I have learned a lot from them and I wish them the best of luck in the future.
The article by Katie Hensley appeared on Next BigFuture. Read more This article appeared in the January, 2018 edition of Next Big Futures.
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