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

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Forget Albany terminals, management plays with people's integrity and livelihood. If they don't like you, you're gone, if they like you, they'll let you play their games against others. Childish unprofessional, self absorbed, disgrace to any company. Also mistreat drivers who use the terminal.

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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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