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Gotta have a nice place to rest your head after the long hours of pontificating and being a social justice warrior!
Who cares about the guys personal life! When the company, as they are apt to do, criticizes an operator for making too much money or for living an extravagant life style we go nuts saying its none of the companies business and it isn't. I think the operators have every right to criticize the company executives decisions regarding the business and we are quick to do that and we should do it. However, their personal life and families should be completely off limits. Easterbrook was single but violated company policy in an obvious way and damaged the brand so the grief he received was justified. My opinion is that their personal lives are no ones business.
^except when they preach about social change and injustice. This is pretty hypocritical.
That's a nice theory but in franchising, especially with McDonald's, franchisee's business and personal lives are constantly being judged and gossiped about starting with the first second of your first contact with a corporate person. If you're a second or third-gen Owner/Operator corporate people have been judging you since you were in short pants.But it is a big waste of time for Owner/Operators to be overly interested in the corporate people's lives since their shelf life is so short.The only thing interesting about McDonald's corporate people's lives is when they fail in their positions and leave the company as wealthy people. That certainly doesn't happen when you're self employed..
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