Women are an integral part of society, and McDonald’s Pakistan has always played a vital role in supporting them throughout their journey. It is significant to incorporate the narrative in society that women can maintain a work-life balance along with their education.
It is generally perceived that a woman can either study or work at a time, however, things have drastically evolved. With support from companies like McDonald’s, it has been easier for them to take a step forward and reach new heights.
Women face multiple challenges in all walks of life; in such circumstances, support is a crucial pillar that helps build their confidence, gives them a sense of independence, and provides them the experience to choose the right career path.
Therefore, McDonald’s Pakistan offers part-time jobs for students to support them in their education and help them build their careers from a young age.
It is also important to provide female students with a safe environment to work in and the flexibility to choose their shift timings and days.
This not only gives them an edge but also makes them self-sufficient to fulfill their basic needs. It also eradicates the myth from society that a woman may not be able to work and study simultaneously or manage her personal life with her career or education.
It would be incorrect to deny the fact that this is not a challenge, but it is equally accurate that with the right kind of guidance and support, women can cross bridges.
When it is said that she can have it all, it refers to the fact that a woman can do as she may desire, she can achieve all that she wants and reach her goals.
Breaking the barriers of discrimination and opening doors for immense opportunities, McDonald’s new DVC portrays the ideal scenario that should be created for women across the country.
It shows a long journey of a student who has completed her education while working at McDonald’s.
This initiative is motivating, and the success is appealing. It surely requires effort, but the idea to communicate to women that they are not alone was highlighted perfectly, standing by the ideology of ‘she can have it all’.
Watch the DVC here: