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

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RESPECT!!! Respect goes a long way!!! Communication is key! Treat your employees as people with respect and communicate what’s going on and not leave your employees clueless Servants.

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Self centered egotist

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Make your employees want to work here. If you have noticed that most of not all of us have had to get second jobs pay more. Commission is nothing I used to get paid enough to handle all my bills with hours and commission that’s why I loved this job but the commission pay changed and I can’t pay my bills making me get another job. This company is the worst! STOP HIRING FAMILY!! The inbreeding ( not being mean) in the owners family has created a lot of people who have disabilities mentally. We have to babysit these people they wonder around the store lost in their own minds. We don’t get paid enough to make sales, offer counseling and babysitting all in one. Do better in all these areas and you might not have such a high turn over.

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Pays management little to nothing. Upper management is horrible and always changing goals so you will never make commission. Run far away and fast. Worst company I’ve ever worked for.

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Treat your employees with some respect. If you look at reviews of your company, you are failing in that area. Hire qualified sales managers and upper management... Just because they are family or from Pakistan does not make them a good leader.

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The only thing I can say is perhaps changing how management talks to their employees. Show their appreciation and courtesy. Especially when staff is limited. These things are important to professional ethics and work conditions.

Answered - Solutions Specialist (Former Employee) - Rochester, MN

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A better line of communications is needed to succeed

Answered - Store Manager (Former Employee) - Sugar Land, TX

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Please get better back office people

Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Lomita, CA

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This company needs to be destroyed and rebuilt starting with the top. Poorly owned and poorly run.

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Restructure your payroll department. Too many good employees not getting paid for their dedication and hard work.

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