McDonald’s: End Rampant Sexual Harassment at your stores TODAY

Steve Easterbrook, CEO, McDonald's Corporation

People who work for McDonald’s say they’ve had to put up with groping, lewd comments and offers of cash in exchange for sexual favors and the company has looked the other way.

But McDonald’s has the power to crack down on sexual harassment at its stores. It can increase punishment for offenders and make reporting easier for targeted employees.

Instead, it keeps silent. Worse, McDonald's employees say management at the fast-food giant has retaliated against the people brave enough to come forward and reach out for help.

No one should be subjected to sexual harassment – especially at work. Sign the petition to demand McDonald’s put a stop to sexual harassment.

Sponsored by

To: Steve Easterbrook, CEO, McDonald's Corporation
From: [Your Name]

McDonald's, it’s time to end sexual harassment at your stores TODAY. We expect you to make sure no employee faces sexual harassment at any store again.