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

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  • Managers know the pecking order, you don't matter and they do, that runs throughout the whole company, I've only ever met a few members of management that treat you as a person and with respect, most Managers don't care about you, they just want you to work with speed and precision whilst following all health and safety regulations. The moment you step out of line, there are consequences and you'll be lectured about any and all of these aspects by a hypocritical manager who has no real idea about any of it.

  • Listen when staff members complain. Put vulnerable staff complaints and worries about their working environment before profits for the company.

  • Nothing,they dont care

  • Be honest from day one. Nobody actually knows what it is they expect of you. They treat everyone like uneducated eejits.

  • I would suggest starting with the management themselves. The issue I had in the store I worked in was predominantly an issue with management. They were all horrific to work around, constantly gossiped, thought they were better than everyone else. This meant the workers had no respect for them and hated their job. I raised a complaint about another staff member to my assistant store manager, which I was told to drop and ignore because they were friends outside of work. There was another manager hearing this conversation when it happened, who said nothing and did not intervene. Did not mention the fact that this was extremely unethical and the manager in question should of been disciplined for. Next is the worst company I have ever worked for. No progression, terrible pay, no care for staff and safeguarding.

  • Very little

  • Consider asking about overtime instead of just putting it on the rota, when we go to management to ask them to take it off we are made to feel like rubbish and told to find cover even though our contracts state we don’t have to do overtime if we don’t want to

  • Value staff members, pay better, offer progression, reduce parcel pickups.

  • A few bad members of management can ruin the team and moral of other team members and cause them to leave.

  • Trust their staff, be to be more proactive and helping out on the shopfloor when needed, review complaints and not being too quick to judge, acknowledge staff for their hard work (AND NOT ONLY ON SALES!!!!!!) listen to staff feedback and not brush it under the carpet. The list is endless

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