Mcdonald's Corporate Social Responsibility in Malaysia

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Mcdonald's Corporate Social Responsibility in Malaysia

By | May 2013
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McDonalds’ Malaysia is very concerned about what they can provide to their stockholders, the public, customers and even the suppliers. Since McDonalds’ Malaysia first came to Malaysia on 29 April 1982, they are well-known for their high commitment in their corporate social responsibility. McDonalds’ cares about human rights and their customers. They do not employ forced labourers or child labourers. Besides that, McDonalds’ has anti discrimination policy, especially the discrimination against women. Today, 53% of McDonald’s restaurant manager positions are held by women. The food and services provided by McDonalds’ have met the international food quality and safety standards requirements. Their employees are well trained with fundamental food safety and hygiene practices. The employees are required to follow the procedures strictly. Procedures such as hand sanitizing, handling of raw foods and food quality control are all well-designed and well-followed by the employees. McDonalds’ meat supplier is also awarded ISO9001:2000 certification to ensure that the meat meets certain standards. Furthermore, all foods provided by McDonalds’ are certified HALAL by Malaysian Islamic Development Department. McDonalds’ has been putting effort in producing less waste to the environments and emphasizes on energy conservation technologies for over 30 years. All McDonalds’ restaurants Malaysia are installed with power system stabilizers. Power factor correction boards also helps in reducing energy costs. These efforts have proved a 5%-8% reduction in energy consumption per month over the past few years. McDonalds’ also take caution measurements about the usage of non-biodegradable items such as plastic bags. Today, beyond 60% of the materials used for food packaging are made by paper instead of polystyrene or plastic. As for the cooking oil, it is sold back to the supplier for recycling. Every month, around 12,000 kilograms of cooking oil is recycled. Besides that, McDonalds’...

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