If problems are reported for whatever reason management should investigate and talk with all parties involved before taking action. Treat employees like people and not just numbers.
Long standing , dependable and hardworking employees should not be treated worse than employees who slack or don’t show up at all .
The company should look into its so called managers and they will see management is more of the problem than the hard working employees who get no recognition. Most of the DM’s and possibly the company itself don’t care about their employees as much as they do about keeping their contract at site locations.
Honestly the employees are the ones that keep the specific site running not the district managers who pretend to care about their employees but don’t. (Hmc/Sjr)
It's poorly managed and lacks communication with team members a timely manner.
In the department where I've worked, we were required to work 6 days per week, sometimes 7. By working that many days without rest, a lot of employees became burnt out and resigned. It was not worth it for me
Pay the employee's a living wage.
I would make sure the employee is comfortable and can learn quickly in order to get involved and make friends with other co-workers.
Answered - Image Technician (Former Employee) - Worcester, MA
Better communications, more opportunity for advancement
Answered - Client Service Representative (Current Employee) - Philadelphia, PA
Provide compensation on the level of the jb we do and make options for advancement.
Answered - Release of Information Specialist (Current Employee) - Alpharetta, GA
Get more work for the Employees.
Answered - Release of Information Specialist II (Former Employee) - Concord, NC
Identify a person's strength, then act on that. Do not place people anywhere, and then have them be complacent in the position.
Answered - CSR II - VBA Developer (Current Employee) - Alpharetta, GA