The first step is inspecting, followed by rinsing, and then breading, followed by racking, and finally, pressure-frying. They have to do this why being egged on by a seemingly possessed Colonel Sanders.
They must complete this task in order to get out of an escape room.
"Release the birds!" Colonel Sanders bellows as a packet of chicken drops from the ceiling.
Now, the company is applying that same "fuck it, it'll briefly distract people" approach to its employee training program, announcing today that it's created a VR game to teach the world's cash-poor, time-rich teens how to cook chicken. Colonel Sanders is there to keep those who fail from getting too lonely as they live out eternity, but apparently, his voice is right on par with the types of voices that are commonplace in horror games. Running of an Oculus Rift, the game takes the user through the five-step process of preparing an Original Recipe chicken. It's also possible that KFC is cutting back on wasted product because if trainees were actually frying real chicken rather than virtual chicken, a lot of food could be wasted.
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"This is meant to be a fun way to celebrate the work KFC's more than 19,000 cooks do every day in every restaurant across the U.S.in an engaging way", the spokesperson said.
"KFC will provide yet another platform for training by bringing the VR simulation technology to its regional general manager training classes, quarterly franchise meetings, and employee onboarding".
KFC said that it takes about 25 minutes to show employees how to fry chicken, but the virtual reality program only takes 10 minutes, which presumably speeds up training for the fast food company's thousands of employees.