Make sure managers of departments, especially security, have the experience and mindset to carry out the task in hand, otherwise the problems will continue.
Ask your managers to treat staff with a duty of care .
Make sure people in charge of departments actually know what they are doing.
Truly respect your talented staff that you take for granted, listen to them, nurture them, don’t just expect them to “feel lucky they are there”. END. might be a ‘cool’ brand, but the reputation as an employer isn’t.
Working in the warehouse it was a place you just had to zone out to get through the shift without being miserable, think they should allow seats in the warehouse, you are given a 30 min lunch and 15 min break I think an extra break unpaid would be great for the staff as your feet do hurt by the end of shift.
I loved my time at END. However, there is no progression. Managers seem to look down on staff and think they are better. The owners/CEO were never in the company or seen around
Shut it down.
Question staff on their main issues, gauge opinions on how working conditions and other things can be improved
Help jobseekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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