McDonald’s USA, LLC operates and franchises restaurants in the United States. It also provides nutrition information to its customers. McDonald’s USA, LLC was incorporated in 2004 and is based in Warrenville, Illinois. McDonald’s USA, LLC operates as a subsidiary of McDonald's Corp.
4320 Winfield Road
Warrenville, IL 60555
Founded in 2004
McDonald's to Lay Off 51 in Raleigh
Jan 30 15
McDonald's USA announced plans to permanently restructure its workforce across the country. The restructuring impacts corporate employees at a facility at Six Forks Road in Raleigh. One office at the Landmark Center property will close permanently, impacting 38 positions, with the other office suite remaining open, though 13 employees at that office will also lose their jobs. Ten employees have been offered the option to accept a lower-level position with the company or receive a severance package. Remaining employees have been offered other positions within McDonald's.
National Labor Relations Board Office of the General Counsel Issues Complaints Against McDonald's Franchisees and their Franchisor, McDonald's USA, LLC
Dec 19 14
National Labor Relations Board Office of the General Counsel has issued complaints against McDonald's franchisees and their franchisor, McDonald's USA, LLC, as joint employers. The complaints allege that McDonald's USA, LLC and certain franchisees violated the rights of employees working at McDonald's restaurants at various locations around the country by, among other things, making statements and taking actions against them for engaging in activities aimed at improving their wages and working conditions, including participating in nationwide fast food worker protests about their terms and conditions of employment during the past two years. The Office of the General Counsel informed McDonald's franchisees and their franchisor, McDonald's USA, LLC, that, of 291 charges filed since November 2012, 86 cases have been found meritorious, and therefore, complaints would issue regarding those meritorious cases, absent settlement. While representatives of the Office of the General Counsel have been engaged in efforts to settle the matter with the parties, thus far, those efforts have largely been unsuccessful. Therefore, the Regional Offices, where meritorious charges were filed and not settled, issued complaints against the alleged joint employers. General Counsel representatives will continue efforts to settle the meritorious charges, notwithstanding issuance of the complaints. Additionally, of the 291 charges filed, 11 cases were resolved and 71 cases remain under investigation. 13 complaints involving 78 charges against McDonald's USA, LLC, McDonald's USA franchisees and/or McDonald's franchisees and their franchisor, McDonald's USA, LLC as joint employers issued in the below Regional offices. Meritorious allegations of unlawful conduct committed by McDonald's franchisees and/or their franchisor, McDonald's USA, LLC, occurring in more than one, and often multiple, locations around the country include: discriminatory discipline, reductions in hours, discharges, and other coercive conduct directed at employees in response to union and protected concerted activity, including threats, surveillance, interrogations, promises of benefit, and overbroad restrictions on communicating with union representatives or with other employees about unions and the employees' terms and conditions of employment. NLRB has scheduled consolidated hearings in three Regional locations in the Northeast, Midwest and West to address violations that require remedial relief as soon as possible. Absent settlement, the initial litigation will commence on March 30, 2015, and will involve allegations of unlawful actions committed against employees at McDonald's restaurants in the jurisdiction of six Regional Offices. Specifically, the hearing will begin in Region 2 - Manhattan to address allegations in the complaints of Region 2 and Region 4, then will move to Region 13 - Chicago to address allegations in the complaints of Region 13 and Region 25, and will conclude in Region 31 - Los Angeles to address allegations in the complaints of Region 20 and 31. It is anticipated that hearings involving the allegations in the complaints issued by the other seven Regional offices will be scheduled after the initial litigation before an Administrative Law Judge, if those allegations cannot be resolved through settlement.
McDonald's Corp. Names Mike Andres as New President of McDonald's USA, LLC to Succeed Jeff Stratton, Effective October 15, 2014
Aug 22 14
McDonald's Corp. named former executive Mike Andres as the new president of McDonald's USA, LLC to succeed Jeff Stratton, who is retiring. Andres' appointment is effective October 15, 2014, when Stratton retires after 41 years of service with the brand. The move to appoint a former executive comes as the company struggles to improve its slumping sales in the U.S. McDonald's USA will now have the third president in the past two years as it strives to turn around domestic sales. Most recently, Andres served as the Chairman and CEO of Logan's Roadhouse Inc. and brings to McDonald's his broader experience in the informal eating out industry. Previously, he has had a 30-year track record of success at McDonald's in various leadership positions across operations, including being regional vice president and senior vice president.