British Airways
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What would you suggest British Airways management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • Pay at least £15,000 a year more

  • That British Airways should container to build the capacity of their staff.
    To have a good and train custom representative.

    Management should have the one on one approach with their employees, which will make them a part of any problem with in the company.

    Management should not look down on their employees,but treat them as family

  • Have an understanding people need to make arrangements and cant do this at the drop of hat when the reserve week gets released on a Thursday for the week that starts on Monday

  • By allowing those people who are work to have time to spend with their families and to rest, and with this it will enable workers to work in the industry for a long time.

  • First just stop those people thy enter fak dacoments witch ur imegration person can't know as i m me as a private investigator can v much success full for .U.K.

  • - Once again look at regional bases

  • Pay fair wage make sure there flexible working hours for work terms and look in to different shifts patterns that allow part-time works

  • Pay a fair wage, not change rosters at the last minute

  • Invest in experience.

  • Build succession plans and make people aware of them.

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