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What would you suggest Save on Foods management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Get rid of so called workers who obviously don't want to be there because their negativity rubs off on people fast and keep the ones who do work and are happy with their co workers and customers is a plus but hard to find because the environment in that store is heavy and dark and that's not good considering its a newer store that has only been open for what like two years now wow that's pretty sad ( :

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To take care of the employees

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Pay shud be good as save one is very good work place

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Control managers that bully and harass their staff. Set up a proper union to protect employees

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Managers need to be screened better and given better training so they understand that it is completely unacceptable to bully their staff. Store managers need to separate themselves from their friendship cliques otherwise it will be impossible to deal with any manager/employee issues. This company has grown way too fast in Alberta and does not have experienced managers in place to know how to protect their employees from bullying. No wonder the turn over is so high. It’s difficult for a company to be truely successful when they have to waste so much time and money training new staff.

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While this is beyond their control, pay people who work well more than those who don't. Let it be decided by upper management - at the location - who gets paid more and who doesn't, based on how well they work and the amount of motivation behind their work, and of course pride. You can't expect someone who is willing to work hard, to continue working hard after getting that ten cent raise after a thousand hours. The current payscale system is a joke. I work with people who deserve more than they're getting, and my level of motivation has plummeted ever since I got my first raise; it was insulting.

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Be compassionate about an employee if they have a disability,that they cant lift more than 20lbs.

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Treat employees the way they would want to be treated

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Team members are able to transfer to other stores it’s called closer to home it’s just happened in my store.

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Currently the company any union are looking at ways to keep people in the departments they like with the hours they would like not an easy feat!

Answered - Retail Clerk (Current Employee) - Parksville, BC

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