Tagged: Women Power

McDonal's India-Happy Women's Month
Hum Log

Things have been changing for the good. Women are rising and breaking the stereotypes created by society, especially, when it comes to professions and careers. Women have been lauded by the society for their achivements but often with terms such as Momprenuer, She-E-O, BossLady, etc. Despite the best intentions, these…More

Hum Log

“Focus on your goals, no matter how difficult the path is,” says Hema. As someone who has shuffled tirelessly between college and work, she knows what she’s talking about. It was 2016 when Hema joined McDonald’s store as a trainee, and by the time she finished her studies, she was…More

Good Food Journey

“Three years ago, Rubina Qureshi, a sprightly commerce student from a well-to-do family in Mumbai, defied her dad when she started working at McDonald’s. That was the first time 21-year-old Qureshi, who usually wears long kurtis over jeans, tucked her shirt in to her trousers. “My father is conservative and he refused to talk to me for a year about my work,” says Qureshi, who quickly climbed up the ranks from crew member to floor manager.