Go bankrupt. Help the the world.
Start by treating them like people.
From time to time mechanics leave. Sometimes within a week or 2 apart from each other. I DO NOT believe it should be the store mngr OR district mngrs duty to recruit (on a daily basis). It makes working in the field VERY difficult. I have found myself working with 1 other person in a 800k + per year facility and i wanted to curl up in a ball and shoot myself. Our competitors, mavis, firestone, meineke etc have people that work for them and recruit. That's all they do. Monro should highly consider this.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Chester, NY
Start at the begining and revamp the entire system. Use people at ground level that actually know whats going on.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Mt. Pocono, PA
Handle payroll themselves or hire a better payroll company
Answered - Automotive Repair Technician (Former Employee) - Southington, CT
Fix this company and the wages.
Answered - Mechanic (Former Employee) - Reading, PA
Change management. get qualified attendants, keep a 40-hr week for all employers.
Pay hourly, forget all about commission
Answered - Tech doing mech work for min wage rates (Former Employee) - Glen Burnie, MD
Better payout to all employees , better management in work gave out, pull in more work
Answered - Head Technician (Former Employee) - Auburn, NY
Check Your Middle Management very carefully.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Buffalo, NY