I was one of these girls! I know exactly the manager you are talking about. When I first began working at Nambour McDonalds I began to receive messages on my personal mobile from this manager. He began simply asking me how I was enjoying working. As this man was my boss, and not knowing whether it was common practice for managers to contact new staff to see how things were going I replied. However shortly after, his messages became more personal asking about my "love life" etc. At this point I ceased replying.
Although at the time, I did not do anything about it, I feel now that I should have notified someone. People like this should not be allowed to work in a place with access to people’s personal records, let alone young girls.
Nambour McDonald’s, seems however, to have little concerns with sexual assault matters such as this. On one occasion I was working on drive-thru in the morning and a man came through with his genitals fully exposed. When I notified the managers they told me to forget about it, and that this man does it all the time. Surely a matter such as indecent exposure to young girls is something of a concern, and should be dealt with in order to prevent it from happening again, or more serious matters progressing.
Nambour McDonald's should seriously review both their managers intentions and staff policies, and wake up to the dangers they are putting their staff through.