McDonald's to hire over 1K employees during summer months in Las Vegas

Posted at 10:16 PM, Jun 23, 2020

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — As states and communities continue to reopen their economies, McDonald's restaurants are expecting to hire approximately 260,000 restaurant employees this summer.

And this includes about 1,100 positions in the Las Vegas area, according to a company spokesperson.

McDonald's says it has implemented nearly 50 new safety procedures to protect crew and customers during the pandemic. These include wellness and temperature checks, social distancing floor stickers, protective barriers at order points, masks and gloves for employees with the addition of new procedures, and training for the opening of dining rooms.

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Through a summer job at a McDonald's restaurant, individuals not only learn work readiness skills on the job, such as teamwork, customer service, and responsibility, they will also have the chance to further their education, according to a company spokesperson.

Job seekers can visit here to learn more about the available opportunities at local restaurants.

The company says 2020 marks the fifth anniversary of Archways to Opportunity. So far, McDonald's has given out more than $100 million in tuition assistance and supported more than 55,000 restaurant workers and corporate employees.

"It was important for us to stay open through the drive-thru, take-out, and delivery to serve our communities throughout the COVID-19 crisis. As local business owners, we're proud to provide employment and educational opportunities to our crew and look forward to welcoming new employees to our McFamily this summer," Bohn said.