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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Planned Companies a better place to work?

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  • Create a new team, get organized, show good leadership skills, treat employee's like humans.

  • Change the whole management

  • How about having employees that speak English. I was trained by a Spanish woman who only knew how to say "come" and use hand gestures. I had to teach myself everything and I was doing the amount of work 2 people should be doing by myself. Poor management and poor communication. I highly DON'T recommend working for that company.

  • Id have a workforce for the workers and better training and hospitality for the workers

  • Close it down. honestly I have nothing good professionally to say about this place. if you need the money I understand but you can do better. you deserve it.

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  • I would more consistent and professional and trustworthy.

  • I will arrange the company in other so everyone will know his or her duty and no one should come work late the management we show excellent example.
    When on work the work should be done according to the allocation and the time table the finishing of any projects must meet the specification

  • Take care of my employees..

  • Change it from being on call to everyone having a consistent schedule with consistent days off. Get rid of the floater positions. Get one team on one site and let them just stay at that one site.

  • Have more compassion on your employees work ethic background.

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