Adopt new ways in keeping your current employees feeling like they're working for a "new company ". Employees who are looking into working for a new company, for whatever reasons, will begin to have less of a reason to look, when they feel new and sensible incentives apply to them.
None really whether you are a employee or in management they listen and the care
Answered - Account Manager an sales manager (Former Employee) - Danville, IL
Pay more attention to personals production.
Answered - Secretary (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY
The manager was awesome
Answered - QA Representative (Former Employee) - Emeryville, CA
I would have more sales people.
Answered - Field Service Engineer (Current Employee) - Wisconsin
Give employees more hrs
Answered - Order Picker (Former Employee) - Columbus, GA
Align with the digital semiconductor market and look to make materials and components for the electronic device age. Become the world leader in manufacturing semiconductor wafers. Recreate the top central research lab of about 300 world class scientists and engineers and pic the top three areas for the future and become the world's best - again.
Answered - Senior Research and Development Chemist (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY
Would have pushed Kodak to go into solutions and digital, rather than sticking to just photography
Answered - Credit Rep & Analyst (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY
While I was there, they treated me very well. The only issue was that many folks were losing their jobs, but I never lost mine. I wish them all the best.
Answered - Supervisor Core Tech. & Ops. Support Engineer (Former Employee) - Dayton, OH
Early on i would have seen the change coming and put more effort into expanding the business in other directions
Answered - Field Service Technician (Former Employee) - Levittown, PA