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What would you suggest National Trust management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • Treat employees and volunteers with the respect they deserve. Just because you are in an office and meetings does not make you a good manager!!

  • Treat people like human beings for a change rather than drones. stop micromanaging. a lot more than they're doing now tbh

  • All management should be put on two weeks notice
    so they realise what the real world is actually like

  • Regular hours rather than working different days and amounts of days per week would benefit the staff hugely!

  • Unfortunately the Trust is becoming known as having a problem with, poor management, and bullying.
    Good members of staff and volunteers are leaving due to these practices, which are not being looked into and resolved. Should you work for the Trust ensure you join the union to have support should you need it.

    The trust is losing its way both with staff and with looking after its bequests. Some donors would be horrified to see what has become their homes, lands and treasures.

  • Volunteers are a valuable asset and the Trust need to train their management to appreciate us, not be so rude and belittling and say ‘Thank You’ occasionally!

  • Seems to be a lot of bullying going on

  • Pay them properly in line with the market value for each job

  • Sadly I was subjected to bullying by a manager after an incidence of serious illness where I was hospitalised. Although I have recovered well and haven’t had any further sickness absence I’ve been subjected to terrible treatment and my seasonal contract has not been renewed.
    A total nightmare and incredibly unfair and unjust. I recommend anyone working for NT joins the union Prospect to ensure they have support and representation in these kind of circumstances.

  • Take complaints of bullying seriously and follow their own policies and procedures

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