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What advice would you give the CEO of The Range about how to improve it?

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  • I had an interview , I had what i thought was a good interview, told truth through out no time off in 2 and a half years, never late, even showed photos of what i could do. I was told that they would let me know in a few days. I didnt hear so rang as i would like to know either way and could have asked for some feed back about the interview .was told they would get the manager to ring me I understand that everyone is really busy. My point is i think ipeople who go for an interview should be told either way .But would like to thank them for their time.

  • Stop the bullying in the Lowestoft store.
    Investigate what’s going on.

    Staff are being treated badly on the shop floor in front of customers by potty mouth store manager.

    Investigate the supervisor on craft dept, she is responsible for several people losing their jobs because she either doesn’t like them or she has lied to get people into trouble.

    Investigate why people staff are being intimidated, degraded and humiliated and then sacked when they speak out.

    Investigate why some are being discriminated for their mental health even though they work hard.

  • I would communicate with my staff offer support and training where needed and make sure everyone was happy and if they had any concerns or issues they could come to me to rectify the issue.

  • Sort the management out: Some places are run like a dictatorship with many being belittled while looking favourable on people who suck up to them.

  • Bad management and unhealthy work atmosphere seems to be company wide.

    Value hardworking and passionate staff and weed out egotistical managers.

  • Weed out the corrupt management in Scotland.

  • I agree with the previous reply. I too was ignored when i reported a bully to head office. They just dont care or respond back. I left the company and that manager continues to bully his staff. My advice would be to start employing the right type of store managers. Value your employees.

  • To stop ignoring the bullying thats happening behind closed doors and start helping the real employees that keep these stores running with all their hard work. hard work they still do through illness and pain as well as coping with the mistreatment from management before you loose them all

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  1. What advice would you give the CEO of The Range about how to improve it?