McDonald’s: Training Employees with Nintendo DS

McDonald’s is now turning toward a more progressive source of training for their fast food employees in Japan. The new program is called “eSmart” and after much development, Nintendo has recently announced that they will be releasing a software for their hand-held DS device, which will be used to train new McDonald’s employees. McDonald’s claims that this will cut training time in half, expediting employee’s into permit positions. This leaves questions open such as will the newly trained employee’s believe that they should cook french fries with the DS stylist (touch pen)? The employees may begin to believe that if the grill breaks you simply take the burner out, blow on it, put it back in and reset the grill? This now creates a whole new market for outsourcing “out-consoling” which in the new world market you will be training to become a police officer on you Xbox 360 account. More pics after the break: (Thx Gio Milan)

By Taylor Corner

Taylor is a wanderer from the streetwear and skate industries. He maintains a wealth of knowledge and experience eating out in Southern California.

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