JOB-ABLED and McDonald's have recently launched job shadowing initiatives for people with disabilities.
The job shadowing programmes have started at McDonald's branches within the Western Cape and are planning to branch out to the Eastern Cape. 

The goal of job shadowing program is to allow McDonald’s to identify learners with disabilities who
they will be able to offer permanent positions at the end of the learners’ school year, pending availability. 

McDonald's and JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing Programme
McDonald's and JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing Programme

Greg Solomons (McDonald's SA CEO), Nolwazi Mbewu (HR Western Cape), Marius Erasmus (Alta du Toit School Principal)

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JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing at McDonald's
JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing at McDonald's

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JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing at McDonald's
JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing at McDonald's

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McDonald's and JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing Programme
McDonald's and JOB-ABLED Job Shadowing Programme

Greg Solomons (McDonald's SA CEO), Nolwazi Mbewu (HR Western Cape), Marius Erasmus (Alta du Toit School Principal)

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