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What advice would you give the CEO of Clayton Homes about how to improve it?

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Work hand and hand with your employees fixture out what is working and what is not working. Set up a group of employees who can work together and have a open mind to think about the company its reputation and how to stat supporting one another to gain the upper hand and move past. Don't want to keep the doors on a rotating compass. Get them in get them trained and work through step by step. Hit success not walls.

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Work hand and hand with the employees to understand what they need and leverage that towards the company. The more the employees are treated like family they will treat customers like friends and this will cause a good prospective working relationship. Which will help make employees want to get out of bed to come and work.

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Step down and let some one else run the company that has actually worked at one if not many of the plants he oversees.

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Get things done in a timely manner

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I would tell Kevin that he truly needs to hire "undercover bosses" and send them to certain factories ( Middlebury) to investigate activities that are highly questionable.

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The CEO is awesome. Great leader and I have absolute respect for him.

Answered - IT PROCUREMENT MANAGER (Former Employee) - Maryville, TN

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Have a group of management who actually been in the production labor physically to actually know how to arrange and manage productivity.

Answered - Trim Carpenter (Current Employee) - Nashville, NC

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Nothing that comes to mind. I would allow better benefits for the conditions that are everyone was working in.

Answered - Carpet Supervisor (Former Employee) - Bonham, TX

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Not so many trailers a day

Answered - Side Walls (Former Employee) - Russellville, AL

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Learn what is going on in the Home Centers and make them more uniform. Train management better. Offer better overall training in general. Increase Compensation to fit the work load.

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