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Create a maximum 50 hour schedule for lower level employees who are doing the majority of the labor. Respect employee family life. Close on saturdays. Make wage realistic. ONLY PROMOTE FROM WITHIN, FROM BOTTOM TO TOP INSTEAD OF CONTINUALLY SELLING THE LIE.

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Had 1 of your sto9res in goose creek sc more people that hat on field hands on with more input

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Extra hourly pay. Better hours. More flexibility.

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Stop discriminating based on appearance. men have to look a certain way as do women. from my experience men have to be clean shaved and hair cut above the collar like your part of the military. I've worked at 84 lumber in California PA off and on for about 6 years and they openly discriminate towards mens appearance, they refused to hire men with facial hair(beards) even nicely groomed facial hair, and they will demand that you cut your hair for employment(above the collar) meanwhile women who work the same job as men are allowed to have hair as long as they wish.

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Pay employees market value

Answered - Senior Estimator (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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More pay and benefits

Answered - Professional Truck Driver (Former Employee) - Tennessee

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Replace Management that is unwilling to have reviews preformed on a regular basis. And pay a liveable wage for hard working people.

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It already is a great place to work--at least, as far as the janitor position is concerned!

Answered - janitor (Former Employee) - Eighty Four, PA 15330

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Raise the wages, the general wage structure was not conducive to holding employees. Could make this wage at McDonalds with half the effort.

Answered - Co-Manager (Former Employee) - Cartersville, GA

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