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

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  • Listen to them
    Give them encouragement and if someone wants to progress don’t shoot them down

  • Employ older people who are more reliable & experienced

  • Treat the staff with respect and make sure everyone is treated fair and not pushed to the rim

  • Bring in the trade union recognition for better pay and working conditions for all employees.

  • Treat their staff as employees not like s@@t from their shoes disgusting how they treat people n if your ill wow they won't send u home even with covid symptoms

  • Treat team with an ounce of respect. Learn how to treat people as individuals - try not treating your intelligent hard working staff the same way as those who don't want to work.

  • Get a new management team. I'm not even being rude or awkward... The management team don't know how to handle a workforce, clearly shown by their high absentee levels and employees not being happy within their job role.

  • Get some respect for others just because they’re higher than everyone doesn’t mean they’re any better at there job than anyone else it’s mcdonalds not some posh restaurant!

  • To have a happier attitude towards their staff and also have a positive attitude on shift to ensure there is high morale. Also, increase the pay, literally scrapping pennies together as a wage.

  • More praise and recognition needed. regualr feedback on perfronace and how to progress

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