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What would you suggest FedEx management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Give management opportunities to in-house employees more often new employees are given those. With out looking at the talent within.

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Create a kind of program that tailors x amount of passionate employees to be given a trial run opportunity to learn the understandings of what it takes to be a manager as well coaching them on the interview process should these employees have to be interviewed down the road for future careers within the company. Maybe conduct mock interviews and explain in detail how one could be more noticeable and quite possibly picked.

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By paying you 32% more of your salary or 25%

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Trest employees like people, not wage slaves or work horses.

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Respect seniority. Acknowledge a person's hard work especially if you know you have a woman on the hardest route. Be fair, if extra hours are available give them to the employee who asks for more hours not the man you think your friends with! Dont be scared to put a man to work just because you think you will be or are friends him, just because he is considered close with you does not mean he does not have to fairly earn his dollars. These people do brag about that and make it hard for others because we then realize the mistreatment and inequality no matter how hard we work or how hard we try to get ahead.

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Support your employees more. Stop making them work during severe storms. It's too dangerous. It's not good for FedEx or their employees. It's about safety. Treat your employees with respect and hire full-time employees if you pay a little more youllnget better quality employees.

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Pay more and quit putting the same people in trailers let give them a break and let them do something else!

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Respect learn how to talk to the employees first everyone don't know how to be managers they just want the job learn how to follow before you lead screaming at employed is so dis respectful.

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They need to stop thinking about the employees instead of themselves

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There is little feeling that you are valued. Most management is not skilled, and they behave as if they expect and desire turnover by not offering respect or showing interest in staff

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