TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Fast-food chain McDonald’s Taiwan has launched a hiring drive that will see the company recruit a full-time service crew in the country for the first time.
McDonald’s Taiwan is seeking to fill 200 managerial jobs and 1,300 full-time vacancies for restaurant staffers. Previously, only managerial posts were full-time, while other positions were paid on a part-time basis, reported Anue.
The monthly salary for restaurant managers starts at NT$36,000 (US$1,293), higher than the average NT$28,402 for fresh college graduates this year, according to a survey by 1111 Job Bank. Employees can expect promotions to higher-ranking managerial posts via training programs.
Full-time service staffers will be paid NT$27,000 per month and enjoy 17 days of leave a year when they start working. They will have two days off a week, one on weekdays and the other over the weekend.
McDonald’s Taiwan hopes increasing the number of full-time employees and offering benefits can lead to enhanced quality of service, wrote UDN. A total of 25 interview events will be held nationwide this month for the hiring drive.
Currently, part-timers at the company earn NT$160 to NT$168 per hour for general shifts and NT$215 to NT$223 for night shifts.
To apply, please visit the company's website.