There is a business case for hiring older workers alongside young people at McDonald's, says Chief People Officer David Fairhurst. "[W]hen you employ two or more people over the age of 60 in the 'front of house,' and not as managers, then the sales are 20% higher than other stores," he says.
McDonald's HR chief: Older employees are good for business
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