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You can start by paying them more.....God forbid that you pay them enough to survive in this economy.
Quit treating the job like it's your own personal dictatorship. Assist staff when they ask for resource help.
Do not make autocratic decisions that go against labor relations; and extensive training in communication skills and completing formal write ups, from 70% of the foreign management employees, Windemere, AB Store location as an example.
Be flexible and understand your employees needs and make sure their both aligned. In addition, offer room for growth.
Work with people who have knowledge and experience, to help make a difference. hire experienced automotive staff.
Answered - Service Manager (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
Interview was fair
Answered - Part Time Sales clerk auto accessories (Former Employee) - Winnipeg, MB
I left Canadian Tire because of the Shop Manager for Cash. You could not talk to him, he was a first class bully. No one wanted to listen. I know this place wants to make money, but treat the staff with respect, not like a bunch of robots. I did a good job, but boy you do one mistake and you are poison. It was not fair, and like I said no one wanted to listen. They were always right and the heck of the staff.
It was my choice to leave the corporation
Answered - Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) - Brampton, ON
Treat them fairly and pay better.
Answered - Service Advisor (Current Employee) - Moncton, NB