Not being trained well
Low pay, high expectations, too much to do and not enough time, not letting people take on more responsibility unless they agree to a management role even after years on the job. Taking advantage of managers, making them work too hard (6 -10 days without a day off). The new proactive system is very demanding in that it wants all stock full all the time, which is impossible without a huge staff or a store without customers. It could be the nail in the coffin for me after 14 years.
If the work environment is too toxic and I did the best I can to make it better, then I would consider leaving.
Near 25yrs in automotive,the owner of the Parksville store shows no interest in the staff, no one cares about their work here as a result. Ct corporate needs to find a new owner for this location.
If I were to leave. It would be due to managers. Especially in the service Center or parts. There loosing amazing employees due to their lack of communication with all co workers, especially new hires. When they need an experienced person working anything automotive, instead of loosing customers due to lack of knowledge and experience in the field.
If a full-time permanent job was a conflict.
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