Raise the labor budgeted hours. To get all the things done that need to get done properly and give good customer service we need more people on shifts. Outside maintenance, I side maintenance, cashiers,food service employees, stocking cooler and shelves. To do all these things well we need more hours added.
I would say you need team work
I would say team work good custermer service
I would hope i can say no change
Read the constitution and pay employees with real money instead of baseless inflatable federal reserve notes. America sucks when the federal reserve illegally controls our currency.
Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Alexandria, MN
Employ managers who will be proficient, loyal, and dependable.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Sault Sainte Marie, MI
Invest in your employees and their needs. Visit your locations and understand why they run the way they do. Ask questions.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - Minneapolis, MN
Bigger store with more employees
Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Fairbanks, AK
Smaller "districts" so District Managers can focus more on certain stores.
Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Lino Lakes, MN
Take an interest in the store and not just during the day by looking at reports. Actually listen to what the staff is having to put up with and do not just dismiss them out of hand. Listen to the improvements that are being suggested and implement them if they are viable. If the management is not doing there job by enforcing policies such as attendance, phone use and uniform then do something about it.
Answered - Associate (Current Employee) - Oakdale, MN