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

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  • Treat employees better. Schedule them for the time they said their availability was and not two hours before. Be more understanding.

  • better pay, less stress, treat people better

  • Put more money into labor targets. Put more staff on in the days and evenings. Properly train staff, supervisors and management. Invest in their workers and not just their pockets.

  • Stop hiring your family members and giving them special treatment. Learn to resolve issues when brought to attention

  • Facile à rejoindre

  • Treat your employees like humans, not machines.

  • Treat them nice and give them bunoses especially people working hard

  • Pay employees a living wage. They're not slaves.

  • Nothing they let you leave

  • Work with employees and stop the alliance with workers. There seems to be clicks and new employees get kind of a left out feeling and alot of them leave.

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