Questions and Answers about MasterCorp

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What would you suggest MasterCorp management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Increase pay per peice and hourly!!!

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Be careful who you hired and be careful.And check back ground carefully.

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Pay rate is garbage! Should at least double the pay for each room or villa! High turnover is obvious. Better pay and much more benefits and 10 or 11 paid holidays may let your sorry management and regional directors stop hiring so much. The C E O may want to go back to cleaning or training houses and help people earn a fair wage to feed their families.

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Hire bosses that have a back bone and will stand up for their workers and don't bow down to the resort manager.Don't believe everything the resort tells them STAND UP FOR YOUR WORKERS.

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First, treat people with respect and be fair and pay people decent salary, for the work they do. Recognizing that a loaf of bread and a gallon of milk cost them the same as it does you. Companies and corporations have gotten so greedy and forgotten that it's the employees that do the work, keeps their business going.

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When qualified people apply for advertised positions get them in for a interview. Stop sitting idol! The hiring process should not take so long.

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I have a great track record for hiring and obtaining those same employees for many years. That's helps increase moral in the work place as well. Thank you, Angie

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Raise the room rates. Hire people. Stop putting money hungry people in charge. They would have less extortion and embezzlement going on.

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Pay better

Answered - Housekeeper (Former Employee) - Branson, MO

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