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There are a various amount of stakeholders in McDonald's they are Employees, Customers, Government, Shareholders, Bankers

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Who's interested in McDonald's? There are a various amount of stakeholders in McDonald's they are Employees, Customers, Government, Shareholders, Bankers, Pressure groups, Suppliers, Trade Unions and Local communities. Employees are those who work for McDonald's therefore they would take an interest in all different aspects of the business these are Job security, Good Relations, Performance, Location, Health and safety, development and fair wage. Job Security as they don't want to be in a job which will be in danger of closing down because of poor business. Good Relations It is important to have a good relationship with their other colleagues and their boss if they don't then they won't have a pleasant environment to work in. Performance how well they work in their environment and how they perform if they don't perform well they either loose their job or don't get promoted, but if they do well they would get promoted. Location (Type of work) It depends where the business is based for example if the business is based in a short Health & Safety they wouldn't want to work in an establishment where there in danger of injuring themselves. ...read more.

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Sales increase this will happen due to the new products introduced and gaining more products being sold in the business. This will therefore increase profits and the shareholders will receive higher dividends but if the business doesn't succeed then the shareholders will sell their shares in McDonald's. Attend AGM (Annual General Meeting) this is where the shareholders have a meeting and a vote on how the business should improve. The Government they have the power to make and enforce laws for certain territory. In a sense "govern" means the power to administrate, whether over an area of land, a set group of people, or an association. Income tax and this is due to the legislations. Legislations that apply to McDonalds are Minimum Wage, Health and Safety etc. If McDonalds have a good business then they will need more employees which this will mean less people on benefits and then the employees will have to pay greater income tax. If the employees earn more money then this will mean they will make other businesses will succeed. Local Communities these are people who live in the area interested in McDonald's because they are interested and concerned about the area they live in. ...read more.

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They are interested in the how long the workers work for and how much they get for the hours they work. They also are interested in the increase of litter in the local area as well as animal cruelty and how the animals are treated before they are slaughtered. "McDonald's enter animal cruelty debate" (www.McSpotlight.org) On the other hand: "As the world's largest user of beef they are responsible for the slaughter of hundreds of thousands of cows per year. In Europe alone they use half a million chickens every week, all from windowless factory farms. All such animals suffer great cruelty during their unnatural, painful and short lives, many being kept inside with no access to fresh air and sunshine, and no freedom of movement" They are responsible for the destruction of tropical forests to make way for cattle ranching. They annually produce over a million tons of packaging, used for just a few minutes before being discarded. Their record on recycling and recycled products is not as green as they make out. They are responsible for contributing to global warming. (Adapted from www.Mcspotlight.org) "Can any multinational company operating on McDonald's scale not contribute to global warming, ozone destruction, depletion of mineral resources and the destruction of natural habitats?" (Adapted from www.McSpotlight.org/environment) Nikita Patel 10E ...read more.

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