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What advice would you give the CEO of Johnson Controls about how to improve it?

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Treat and pay your contract employees who are vital to the hospital operations better.

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We work hard on the boxline and shipping does to so we should get the same pay as a machine operator does

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Utilize "old school designer engineers" who are idealist and know the right way to cost product down.

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Give people the opportunity to work. And go more in depth about the chemicals used and their level of danger. Increase the awareness of good work procedure and strengthen training. Make sure all of the supervisors are more interested in the employees that are just beginning. Make the workplace a more friendly and safe .

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Talk to the Employees not the manager to see what’s really going on and what the real problems are worse management ever.

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Don't balance the business on the backs of front line employees. Take a good, hard, long look at the top heavy management staff and look to them when you need to make cuts. There are far too many managers, each with their own set of priorities and the front line employees end up with conflicting directions.

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Get out among the front line techs and get there input not the filtered input from sr.mgr.

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Raise morale by moving away from the prison like mindset of "3 strikes youre out", when it comes to attendance and infractions of company policy. Make sure each plant adheres to a set of the same guidelines and principals. Make sure plant managers know its not ok for supervisors to have their "own set of rules". the good ol boy mindset within this company runs deep, and itll take a pretty good makeover to get rid of that. best of luck. Note to any future employees: its not about the 364 days you show up, itll be about the one you DONT.

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Talk with hourly employees and see what is going on inside the plants fix machines that are broken and train management it start from the top this would be a wonderful place it just need to be a stronger team.

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Form a 1-800 number so the upper level staff would receive the feedback from workers and formal workers.

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