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What advice would you give the CEO of McLane Company about how to improve it?

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Pay attention to the survey. When the employees are unhappy productivity suffers.
One person at top level management can ruin an entire facility.

Answered - Automated systems tech (Current Employee) - Republic, MO

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Have everyone show proof of High School Diploma or GED.

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Pay attention to the workers that have been there for a while. They MIGHT have some good things to say.

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Overbearing and rude

Answered - Transportation Manager (Former Employee) - Denver, CO

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If you go above and beyond to save money for the company in every way possible at any given time weather its your day off or not, take care of those teammates that do. Feeling very unappreciated. When its not your job and you do it anyway cause its not always about the teammate, its our customers that suffer and they are the ones putting food on our tables. Start taking care of the good ones so our customers can get service they deserve.

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Great place to work!

Answered - TRANSPORTATION SUPERVISOR MEADOWBROOK MEAT COMPANY (Former Employee) - Aberdeen, MD

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Maybe have a location on the Missouri side.

Answered - Lead Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) - Lenexa, KS

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Just continue to be fair with everybody

Answered - Accounts Receivable Clerk (Former Employee) - Rocky Mount, NC

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When your execs visit remote locations, they should remember this...the people at those locations know you are coming, have taken pains to clean house prior to your visit, and they will behave the way they think they are expected to behave...right up until you leave, then they will fall back into their bad habits and attitudes. Shame on them, and shame on you if you fall for it. Make surprise unannounced visits and get the real story.

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Tell your management to get out office into field to see what driver go thru and route driver shouldn't be treat like extra broad driver and route driver bid route should never have to deal with add on

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