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What would you suggest Amazon.com management do to prevent people from leaving?

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Maybe Amazon wanted people to leave, but not all of them. They probably keep a small core of permanent employees to train the seasonal ones. This way they don't have to worry about giving more benefits.

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Give them an incentive

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Pay employees what they are worth based on education, past experience, and current work output; not a pre planned scale with no consideration given to the individual. Notice when that employee is in need of upward movement; don't just give them extra work under the same pay and title when they deserve the total package. Don't have a power complex with a "stay in your lane" mentality when employees come to you with advice or suggestions.

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Recognizing and rewarding the hard working employees and by getting rid of the slackers who just stand around hands folded while others are working. Management needs to have better interpersonal skills

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Offer the high producers more income.

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Stop pushing so much about rate...givr new employees more time to learn to speed up to make quota. Also make sure there is a variety of things for a stower tonstow so they can make rate or at least try and not just sit there waiting for the right sized bin!

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Longer lunch break

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Allow people to sit down

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HR/ Management get back to Amazon converted employees for transfers, list new openings instead of hiring from the outside without us having a chance in securing a new position and moving up! HR is the worst here!!!!

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Don't make flex up mandatory, let the associate choose.

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