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What advice would you give the CEO of Avenue Stores about how to improve it?

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Better pay, equal treatment for part time managers, know who runs your stores, have competitive pay for surrounding area, give employees discounts all the time on everything (sometimes what you lose in money you gain in employee loyalty and favor) safer money handling procedures, actually cater to plus size women there were hardly any 28, 30, and never size 32, expand your bra selection and size, get your store services together (half the time we got floor plans after we had gotten and put out clothes, update registers (you lose so much money because of this; from incorrect returns, pricing, etc simply because registers are out of date) streamline paperwork and computers in store,

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Competitive wage survey shows we are only being competitive with a few fast food places. The employees are very loyal. They work hard for the company. They could use a boost.

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Better salary would attract higher quality employees.

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No advice, they would have to work there themselves to understand

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Bronx, NY

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Hire qualified people

Answered - Director of Private Events (Former Employee) - Long Branch, NJ

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More locations for clients

Answered - Co-Store Manager (Current Employee) - Vallejo, CA

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Quit pushing the credit card and Magazines on customers, it they're
not interested.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Bloomfield Hills, MI

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I don't think this company exist anymore

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Queens, NY

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When some customers complain about what they do not llike take it into consideration.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Cherry Hill, NJ

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Just to give better raises.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Plano, TX

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