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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Holiday Inn a better place to work?

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I will make the employee feel like it's a family environment. And a productive and fun place to work to keep them motivated and working as a team. I will also set up team experience just for the employees only.

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Give better pay. Make it a family place to work. Thanks

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First I would let each employee know that it takes every employee to make a company be successful. Each employee is treated with respect and always let them know when they have gone a step above what they had to. When you have a happy surroundings around you it makes for a great day. I also would always be open to new ways and listen to each employees ideas.
I would make it a place you would be excited to come to work for.

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Just to make sure our staff and customers have help and everything they need to make the working experience going smoothly

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I would 1st hire the right people making it clear we are here as a team no back stabbing no mistreating of others no matter what race we are here to work and help each other. Which of course it would start with the manager, it should always start there because if things are going wrong then the manager is the problem they are not doing their job and I wouldn't allow that. When you have a great manager then everything else falls into place and everyone is a team and happy with working together.

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I would first make sure that they really wanted the job by asking them .then I would make sure that it wasn't just a job to them.alot of the time that can bring bad attitude with the .if they need the job they should try to heir best to keep it.the no, I would give them the tour and run down of directions they also,rules to hey will need to follow.and last I ,would give them some sort of inentive to want to keep working for this company.

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I'd treat the employees much better and offer them raises and bonuses. I'd make sure they all had health insurance and company benefits.
I'd pat them on the back when they do a great job and I'd quietly inform them when they make a mistake. I would NOT keep a book up front and passively aggressively write about them to broadcast it to the world.

I wouldn't forget their birthdays and I'd respect their wishes if they chose not to participate in/on certain "holidays."

I'd keep everyone motivated and not lie. There would be zero tolerance for gossip and back stabbing.

I'd help everyone feel like they matter. Because they do.

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List to the employees and things go smoothly

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Be more selective when hiring employee, instead of ALWAYS hiring the first person off the street

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Having a better relationship with the worker and more chance for bonuses by signing people up for IHG.

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