Listen to my employees. Reward those that deserve it. Do not be discriminating to people.
I would give my technician 100 Percent support. No matter what. That's where the rubber meet the road.
Learn a lot, I don't think be minimun what need to be change, is always a need for improvement.
Answered - Maintenance Supervisor (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Increase wages to align with your job title. Make bonuses based on strictly performance and not politics.
Answered - Unable to Disclose (Former Employee) - Birmingham, MI
S. E. Regional managers and local GM's are simply not good. The offices are thinly staffed, especially back of house, where the field workers stay behind on their jobs. Very reasonable sales promises are simply not kept by production. You can't build a book of business with bad service.
Answered - confidential (Current Employee) - Confidential