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What would you suggest Boy Scouts of America management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?


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For Supply Group, stop cutting hours. Stop all the demands to see badges in house. Territory managers need to be nicer to employees.


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Respect the professional staff and understand that it costs the volunteers more in time, money, and patience when you push out a professional because of idiotic reasons.

Answered - District Executive (Former Employee) - Utah

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Not sure that I could answer that.

Answered - Senior District Executive (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO

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Support and work the program as it has been designed and working for decades.

Answered - District Executive (Former Employee) - Birmingham, AL

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Tell them up front what the job entails, the real story behind the politics

Answered - District Executive (Former Employee) - Columbus, GA

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Better Communication. Listen very carefully to what your team says and research your camps and areas.

Answered - SCOUTREACH PARAPROFESSIONAL (Former Employee) - Wilmington, DE

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This wasn't really their fault, they were trying to make due in a very hard time at Council. I would recommend them having a back up plan in case someone leaves the Council in short notice.

Answered - Reservations Specialist (Former Employee) - Griffin, GA

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Pay your people at least competitively, get management that care.

Answered - Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL

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There's not much they can do. It was a summer job.

Answered - Archery Director (Former Employee) - Beaver, UT

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Provide better benefits and lessen the work load of each employee.

Answered - Financial Executive and Camp Director (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT

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