I think it is out of managers hands, the place is awful!
Go bankrupt. Help the the world.
Start by treating them like people.
From time to time mechanics leave. Sometimes within a week or 2 apart from each other. I DO NOT believe it should be the store mngr OR district mngrs duty to recruit (on a daily basis). It makes working in the field VERY difficult. I have found myself working with 1 other person in a 800k + per year facility and i wanted to curl up in a ball and shoot myself. Our competitors, mavis, firestone, meineke etc have people that work for them and recruit. That's all they do. Monro should highly consider this.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Chester, NY
Start at the begining and revamp the entire system. Use people at ground level that actually know whats going on.
Answered - Assistant Store Manager (Former Employee) - Mt. Pocono, PA
Handle payroll themselves or hire a better payroll company
Answered - Automotive Repair Technician (Former Employee) - Southington, CT
Fix this company and the wages.
Answered - Mechanic (Former Employee) - Reading, PA
Change management. get qualified attendants, keep a 40-hr week for all employers.
Pay hourly, forget all about commission
Answered - Tech doing mech work for min wage rates (Former Employee) - Glen Burnie, MD
Better payout to all employees , better management in work gave out, pull in more work
Answered - Head Technician (Former Employee) - Auburn, NY