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What would you suggest Domino's management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • Don’t ignore complaints of harassment from your staff

  • Treat your staff like people

  • I left dominos and joined an alternative local takeaway that consistently wins awards for service etc. I am treated so much better. My hours are the same each week. I am not shouted out for being one minute late on a delivery. There are no favourites and managers allocate orders so drivers don't take unnecessary doubles. If you request a day off you actually get a reply. Managers respect their staff so drivers stay. Maybe Braintree dominos managers should visit my new employers to see how a takeaway should be run then they wouldn't constantly be advertising for drivers!

  • Too much favouritism by management

  • Much better pay. that's the main reason people leave. You pay peanuts while the top management are rolling in cash.

  • Training for store managers. No favouritism. Rotas a week in advance.

  • Fix pay rates for drivers, sat navigation systems, brakes during long shifts, get rid of high ego staff and be more honest to everyone from the customer all the way up to the management.

  • Treat you with respect, and don't talk behind your back

  • Have a soul

  • Don't be so sly

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  1. What would you suggest Domino's management do to prevent others from leaving?