WJS Canada
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If you were in charge, what would you do to make WJS Canada a better place to work?

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  • Fire the managers, thoroughly investigate before hiring. Play fair and treat staffs concerns a must!

  • I've been with the company for almost 8 years. Is it perfect? No, but they do their best. Staff are given a lot of opportunity for training. Regular gifts throughout the year are a nice little boost to morale.

  • Advocate for proper training for new positions. Have open conversations in a large group setting to discuss changes. Provide time for administrative work to be completed, instead of assuming that people will work for free. Enforcing chain of command

  • Clean house, rid of poor management and bring in those who will follow rules and policies as well as competent enough to properly deal with issues in a professional way. Hire people from frontline employees to upper management that genuinely cares for their employees and person served.

  • It’s already in good shape. If it ain’t broke....

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  • More emphasis on bringing employees together for recreation or lunchtime.

  • Complete transparency and accountability. A complaint to a manager will be CC'ed all the way to the CEO, and followed up on from the CEO back to the worker. No cover ups. No collusion.

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