In a recent news story, it is reported that McDonald's is spending millions of dollars to locate and assist displaced employees affected by Hurricane Katrina.
According to the report in BillingsGazette.com, "With more than 4,000 employees from franchise- and company-owned restaurants still missing, more than half of its 8,000 workers there, it's a full-time effort with no end in sight".
The report quotes Janice Fields, president of McDonald's Central Division, as saying, "These are family members, and we are going to pull every stop to try and locate them," she said of the effort. "There is no place that I will draw a line in the sand. We will be going through some of this for one year, two years and even five years."
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