Norwich McDonald’s employee Chloe Reynolds wins top prize
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McDonald's employee Chloe Reynolds has been awarded a top prize after swiftly rising through the ranks to become training manager.
Miss Reynolds, who works at the Norwich Broadlands stores, was invited to the London head office for the final, joined by her parents, business manager Rob Hebron and franchisee Kevin Foley.
She was awarded McDonald's UK Employee of the Year award for 2015.
Taking away the award along with £2500 of travel vouchers and some Love to Shop vouchers, she said: 'I always want to do the best I can in everything, and wherever I am I want to get to the highest level – I have a business manager role in my sights at the moment.'
Miss Reynolds started at McDonald's on a part-time basis in November 2013.
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After pressing the management team to help her complete her initial training, she successfully progressed through the crew trainer programme.
Mr Hebron said: 'Very quickly Chloe was recognised as a gifted individual with an excellent manner that served to motivate others creating a strong sense of teamwork.'
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