Better pay, more hours, avoid harassment, avoid discrimination, and avoid bullying.
Lead by example and treat your team members with respect and value their input and insight.
Care more about the employees and then maybe BCBG wouldn't have such a high turn over rate.
Pay more, get management in there that cares for their associates and not just about themselves
Answered - 1st Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Auburn Hills, MI
Provide proper training to ensure success.
Answered - Store Mgr (Former Employee) - Chandler, AZ
To be passionate about what they do as managers
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY
Better pay more hours
Answered - Stylist (Former Employee) - Sherman Oaks, CA
I left on my own request to start a business. For others, I know that company would always hire their previous employees, who had to quit or laid off during the recession. Almost 95% of the previous employees were hired back.
Answered - Customer Service Allocation Supervisor (Former Employee) - City of Vernon, CA
Include group workers for group decisions.
Answered - Sr QA Analyst (Former Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Get to know your associates and managers. This will help decrease your turnover rate
Answered - Retail Associate (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA