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What would you suggest Tradesmen International management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?

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Pay for the hotel up front and give the difrence of yr per diem in your check a lot of people cant come up with 1.000 dollars to go to work at least if the hotels r paid for there's nothing to worrie about

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Field reps in Wilmington N C need to communicate better and really need more training and stop treating employees like dogs

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Feild reps needs training.

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Stop lying to employees.

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Keep them working I was on 1 job didn't even get 40 hrs a week for the 4 weeks they have had nothing for me. I busted my but off.. they also can't make promises they can't keep.

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How about the recruiter that hires you answering the phone.

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Shorter hours, 7 AM to 6 PM is completely ridiculous. Most construction sites wrap up at 3:30. Besides most Will agree after a 10 hour day there is very little productivity. The company will also insist on sending you to their corporate office in Ohio away from loved ones for a week where they expect you to share a room with a complete stranger not knowing if they are a slob or drunk . Friday is a dressdown day… Which is a nice change, but two of the last three companies I worked for gave me enough shirts to last the work week, they will not give you even one

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Better rate of pay and more fringe benefits.

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Stop false advertising the jobs, per diem, and pay
Be extremely careful of the ft collins co office - cody! This guy has more false info on his job adds than most.

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Advertise start date for jobs they claim they have. Not publish promises of specific hourly dollar amounts in specific cities (for those who qualify)Then lead you on for weeks, promising work tomorrow, in a couple days, and ultimately expect you to take 5 dollars an hr less than was advertised. I don't think so.

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