Its starts with the store manager, as a manager she has a long way to go. Maybe managing just isnt for her, but either way she needs to start doing manager things. Adressing conflict within the business, helping her associates and managers instead of complaing all the time. She cares when she wants to and enforces rules when she wants to so she doesnt lose employees. A manager who does things when she wants will only reflect in everyone in the store, resulting in a unstable, failing store.
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - South Windsor, CT
I don't really know how I could tell them to prevent lay offs.
Answered - Customer Service Supervisor (Former Employee) - Bothell, WA
Have more open communication and retrain the staff on what is important in building the store culture.
Answered - Store Co-Manager (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
They should have better judgement
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH