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What would you suggest Lowe's management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Hahaha. That's hilarious. Management and corporate doesn't really care if you quit or they fire you. They are totally apathetic to turn over. I've seen them take as high as 3 months to fill a simple cashier position. They refer to that as cost management.

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Don’t eliminate their jobs!!

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Work with the employees more and be more considerate. Stop picking favorites.

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Treat employees better....

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Better bonuses for EVERYONE! Please make that happen! And they should be monthly, not quarterly!

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Stop promoting people into management due to tenure....cause tenure doesn't mean you can successfully manage anybody. Often , hiring someone "off the street " for management works out better. To me, if a tenured employee been with Lowes 10plus years and in same position, I would not want them to manage. Should never take that long to move up. My current manager was given job cause of his tenure with Lowes.....he is an idiot.

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If you have a great employee and they want to work and want full time hours, make it happen!

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I think they should get real with their schedules! Imo, full time employees should get TWO days off in a row , a full 48 hours, if they want loyal, mentally sound employees, there has to be a work/family life balance! It is corporate slavery to expect more of people and kind of sadistic, if you think about it.

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Revamp the eos. It's confusing and vague. If we fail the same questions every year, it's clearly not a helpful tool.

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Put people were they will work best instead of putting them were they have no idea what there doing. Have management help there employees instead of barking orders and not know what there doing.

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