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

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  • People are ready to work for many years

  • Fix the scheduling problem at the front end

  • Train management to be professional. The manager I had was immature, disrespectful, and downright mean a lot of the time. He made such a simple job so incredibly stressful that I started feeling sick before every shift.

  • Firstly if I get this job I will not leave as well I suggest other people about this job it is excellent job better future

  • A lot of pressure from management side on associates. The corporation does not like to be any more on the media for any reason
    The worst retailer to work for. Lowest wages compare to other retailers

  • Get rid of some of the manages that don't do dam think

  • Managment treat the hard working associates like garbage and the lazy ones like they couldn't be replaced.

  • Treat your employees with some respect and dignity. They are humans, not machines, just a reminder. Actually have proper training for employees.. CBLs don't teach. Instead of barking orders and demanding something, how about asking.. If there is a task to be done, how about managers and supervisors actually lend a helping hand instead of breathing down their neck and then get ticked at the employee because it didn't get done. And the list goes on
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  • Évidemment,la clientèle est la priorité.Un service impeccable,sourire et surtout aidé le client a trouver ce qu' il cherche même ai ce n est pas "leur "département. Prendre au moins la peine de trouver qqn pour aider le client et donnez un service rapide.Rendre l "expérience "de magasiner da une grande surface plus personnaliser.Beaucoup de gens vont ds des boutiques plus petites pour le service plus personnel.

  • Maybe start respecting your employees more and quit treating them like they’re children. We don’t constantly need to be sternly talked to for little mistakes. We are all human....mistakes are going to be made! Instead of rolling your eyes/yelling/coaching someone for some tiny mistake how about treating them with respect and teaching them how to do something properly next time?

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