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What advice would you give the CEO of Global Partners about how to improve it?

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Promote from inside instead of newly hired people . It destroys morale and has been an issue forever. Needs to be addressed. Causes an “I don’t care” attitude.

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Change you management around at least in a ct store, hard to figure out which one I mean but that particular store is a carnival act. CEO, needs to find management that can do the job right, because this certain manager is a joke

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Change you management around at least in a ct store, hard to figure out which one I mean but that particular store is a carnival act. CEO, needs to find me management that can so the job right, because this certain manager is a joke

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How about treating everyone like equal human beings

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Treat people respectfully

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Consult your staff to improve their "bedside manner" in laying people off

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I would tell him candidly to step down.

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Honestly, I don't think he would listen. Most of the corporate employees are in Waltham, and it's not like it's some huge operation -- you'd have to have your head in the sand not to see clearly that some entire groups consistently fail to make the grade. I would advise him to have one-on-ones with "boots on the ground" employees and be prepared not to be thrilled with the feedback he gets and then to act faithfully upon it to implement changes.

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I would advise the CEO of Global Partners that HE is the problem. He's one among higher management who perpetuates a toxic culture, one that promotes in-your-face nepotism (to name but one thing). If I had a sympathetic ear, I would suggest that a professional consulting firm be retained to take a hard and fast look at the business culture -- serious problems with morale contribute to high turnover and a degraded work product. Get rid of the cronyism is the most straightforward way of expressing this idea, but the fixes are I'd wager far more complicated.

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Listen to you employee's more. Don't listen to advice from management who have been there for less then a month. And when you have a table discussion with employees, don't allow upper management to be there. Have it between your employee's and yourself. That way they can speak freely.

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