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What advice would you give the CEO of Litehouse Pools about how to improve it?

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As the CEO, I regularly send my cell number out to ALL employees to call with any question or comment at any time. I rarely get to visit all of the stores and surely don't consider myself a Rock Star. I work to benefit this company and it's employees in excess of 70 - 80 hours per week year round. Yes, we employ regional managers to help manage the stores since we cover a large area. Sorry you didn't enjoy your time here, but we employ hundreds of local people and most appreciate their jobs here and benefits we offer. I recommend walking a mile in someone else's shoes before you head to the internet to criticize, or at least talk to the person you're trashing. You might get better insight.

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Be accountable for what you allow to happen within your company. You hold everyone accountable except yourself. It is 100% up to the CEO to make or break a Company and according to all your reviews, it seems your walking on very thin ice. Pay employees what is owed to them and don't offer anything that you have no intention of paying them.

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My biggest piece of advise would be to actually talk to your employees and compliment them when things are going well, dont walk around like a rock star with your regional managers as "security" to block you from your employees.

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Actually hire regional managers who are honest and willing to train. Stop hiring outside people with horrible attitudes to "run the show". The best idea would probably be to just sell the company and have someone who actually cares run it.

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Don’t hire in outside people to “try” and fix the issues. Maybe start treating your staff a lot better and you won’t have so much turn over. And pay them a decent pay for the long hours you make everyone work.

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Sell the business your not interested in it.

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Stow, OH

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