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

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  • Treat their staff like human beings. The intimidation, bullying, slacking off, and stress they cause is not worth working for a measly £9 an hour.

  • Serious answer.

    Managers should leave, that will keep the staff from leaving.

    Manager do very little anyway and won't be missed, infact performance will go up as the staff are not hasled so much and stressout from Managers comments.

  • Stop cutting jobs on the shop floor and actually get down on the shop floor and experience first hand what it’s like for themselves.

  • Good management and balance working hours between all staff
    Nobody should be stressed out when one of the collegue is on holiday

    Or should say that they should get extra staff when someone is on holiday. as they have to work out more then usual days and get stressed in those couple of weeks when one staff is on holiday.

  • I think all management should work along with they colleagues. And work as a team. Because team work make the dream work.

  • Treat there staff with respect

  • Learn that good management begins with good communication.

  • Give out more full time convert to people that show they are will to 5 night ever week like me for the last 8 year and I am not a flex you use honour people more like that

  • Too many top managers doing nothing but tea breaks. Never see them helping others. And so many stories about bullying. Why are the people at the top not accountable.

  • I work for costco, but I'm relocating to lowestoft Norwich. I've worked for costco for 8 yrs. I received at 4,000 bonus after 6yrs. And do so every yr after. Maybe that's the incentive management need to consider to keep staff. I started at 6.85 per hr. Now earn 12.20 per hr working as cashier. Although deal with serious cash. Plus we stand all day. Am I willing to change role to be with granddaughters . Easy yes

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