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McDonald’s Employees Are Sharing TikTok Videos To Complain About Their Jobs

| Published on October 26, 2019

TikTok app has been in news ever since its launch. From its ban to its revival & to the love-hate relationship it shares with the masses, the app never sees a dull day.

The social media video app which is used for creating and sharing short lip-sync, comedy, and talent videos, has had users from all walks of life.

TikTok is full of videos with people posing with their friends or family or performing a solo act. But recently a new video has been making rounds on the social media app.

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A McDonald’s employee, Hannah, set out to make a video to show her friends what it’s really like to work for the brand in Australia with #maccascheck, which soon went viral.

In Australia, McDonald’s is widely known as Maccas.

@t1ttyb0ng42069

maccas check 🥵 #fyp #aussietok #maccascheck #maccas #foryoupage

♬ original sound – liz

The hashtag offers a behind-the-scenes look at the good, bad and boring bits of working at McDonald’s. Some videos show people frying food, stacking shelves, cleaning, dealing with broken drink machines and taking out the bins.

What started as an unintentionally funny video soon gained momentum and hundreds of other TikTokers have posted videos using her “Maccas Job Check” audio. Together, they have been viewed more than a million times.

In the videos that people shared, they were dance, playing pranks, distracting their colleagues, complaining about the smell and answering the classic question: “how much do you get paid for working here?”

https://www.tiktok.com/@ell_evo/video/6747322210089733382?refer=embed

@swaggysis

forced them all to be in this 😌 #foryou #foryoupage #maccas #4u #viral #australia

♬ MACCAS JOB CHECK – Darts Vader

https://www.tiktok.com/@mollyyycannonnn/video/6749830856468221189?refer=embed

The users who made these videos intended for people to be more polite & kinder to the employees working in these fast food joints.

As per a document hosted on the McDonald’s Australia website titled ‘en_social_media_policy.html’ says that employees may not use their own private social media accounts to “undermine the goodwill, reputation, development and or operation” of the company.

However, how McDonald’s will react to these videos is yet to be decided as no response has been received from them.

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