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If you were in charge, what would you do to make NFC Amenity Management a better place to work?

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Review present work procedure recommend changes where necessary

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- fire every manager
- be a zealous advocate for competent, on-time and professional staff to get raises every year based on performance
- start individuals at $15hr instead of $10-$12
- make sure visits to ensure moral is at it’s highest and SHOW staff that i care. Not just say it

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I would FIRE everyone with a management position and I would hire COMPETENT and RELIABLE people, and keep an open line of COMMUNICATION and HONESTY with them. But I don't think the CEO has the guts to do that, so I guess I'll just sit back and watch it burn! Fish Rots From The Head!

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Make everyone accountable for their actions.

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Listen to the people

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Stop being cheap.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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I would keep a better line of communications open. it seems like the hiring company (RAM ) only communicates with the superiors and the concierge only gets bits and pieces. I believe that NFC needs to cater to the employees that show up and show out so that we will want to come to work. As a college student i will not complain about the pay too much,but i do believe that the lack of benefits adds on to the feeling of being under paid. I would like to see overtime pay and holiday pay be implemented even though im sure that wont happen.there is always an excuse comming from management and i dont think that is professional at all.

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I would acknowledge the concierges, they do a heck of a lot for a little bit of money. I would include them in all Holiday parties, after all they are the one's doing the most work!

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Pay employees on time

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Abolish the stupid grooming policies.

Answered - Assistant Concierge Director (Former Employee) - Ossining, NY

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