When hiring managers, make sure they have a strong background in management. Train the managers you hire on all of your policies and procedures, your budgeting system, and train them for the position they are about to embark on. They may have managed before but it could have been in a restaurant, retail clothing or candles or gift items. This is a different kind of business and even with their former manager experience, they need to learn how to manage this specific style of business.
Think about what your managers are doing. People quit on bad terms and still brought back and favored. It’s not fair to the rest of the employees who are loyal and work hard.
Make sure managers are actually at work doing thier jobs. Instead of at home while clocked in
Trust your employees more and stop letting your sister manage anything
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