FoodAndBeveragePeople.com Salutes McDonald’s for Putting Meat Behind its Human Resources Message

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Gigi Cohen, publisher of FoodAndBeveragePeople.com and seasoned veteran in the recruitment advertising space, provides her unique perspective on McDonald’s human resources efforts and their upcoming plans for the Olympics.

In this week’s feature article on FoodAndBeveragePeople.com, publisher Gigi Cohen shares her unique perspective on McDonald’s human resources practices. The article discusses McDonald’s upcoming plans for the 2012 London Olympics.

Cohen’s perspective comes from extensive work in recruitment advertising, publishing and human resources consulting. Her passion for the food industry started early, working in both local and national quick service restaurants before starting her professional career. This week’s article, “McDonald's Offers Olympic-Sized Recognition for Its Employees” discusses how McDonald’s is staffing-up their restaurants in London’s Olympic Village and reviews her long standing respect for that company’s employment practices.

Articles like “McDonald's Offers Olympic-Sized Recognition for Its Employees,” are intended to highlight food and beverage companies who are striving for best practices in human resources and to recognize the company leaders who are driving the human resources message.

About: Food And Beverage People Media Group, LLC which includes FoodAndBeveragePeople.com and the weekly industry newsletter, News Kernels, is dedicated to helping food and beverage career-minded individuals shine. The website and weekly recap features content geared for professionals at every stage of their career. The website includes the largest cross section of U.S. food and beverage job listings, the latest industry news, promotions, retirements and industry trends. In addition to the weekly e-mail newsletter, the website maintains audience communications through its Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter pages and is available through most mobile smart phone browsers.

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