McDonald’s Corporation recognized McDonald’s of Mexico, Missouri general manager Chris Williams as an Outstanding Manager at the Big Mo Coop rally. Williams was nominated by Elizabeth Moore, the Training Supervisor and Robyn Shire the Operations Supervisor.
The annual award commends the top 10 percent of restaurant managers across the nation in regards to sales, customer services and operations. In order to be eligible for the award, a general manager must have at least one year of experience and be a graduate of Hamburger University® , which is the corporation’s global operations training and leadership development program.
“He is dedicated to his employees, his community and focuses on their development as well as his own,” Shire said. “He’s so well-rounded and it’s an honor to know him.”
He has always impressed me with his dedication, strong community ties and focus on people,” Moore said.
Williams has worked as a restaurant manager at McDonald’s for the last nine years but has been a part of the organization for twenty-one years. Williams is an active member in the Mexico community and works to ensure that his restaurant is as well. His McDonald’s participates in a majority of local events. Willams is a former Mayor Protum of Mexico and has served on the City Council for the past ten years. He is also an avid supporter of the Mid-Missouri Ronald
McDonald House® providing meals as well as volunteering at the pull tab pandemonium and the Williams has strong RMHC golf tournament relationships with his employees and prioritizes their development, as well as his own. He developed and certified three new managers last year and has almost all of his shift managers certified. Williams also places great importance on his relationships with his customers. His restaurant ranks in the first quintile of customer complaints contacts, which means his restaurant received significantly fewer customer complaints than the average.
McDonald’s is the largest and best-known global food service retailer. More than 85 percent of McDonald’s restaurants in the United States are owned and operated by independent, local businessmen and women McDonald’s of Mexico is owned by Mark and Kate Mehle. Robyn
Shire is the restaurant’s Operations Supervisor and Elizabeth Moore is the Training Coordinator .