Stand behind their mission statement and core values, which they don’t. You’re only as good as your last numbers.
Sell the company because you have ruined it. This company is half the age of Aarons and is going broke. That's gotta tell you something
Pay employees more and give them opportunity to grow within their companies.
Answered - Executive Manager (Former Employee) - Grand Rapids, MI
Nothing to prevent burnout.
Answered - Store manager (Former Employee) - Covina, CA
Make the job less stressful, give the employees time with their families.
Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - Indiana
Take into consideration people's home life, and the time they need with there family.
Answered - General Manager (Current Employee) - Cambridge, OH
Provide a better work life balance. Hold your store and employees accountable for standards and quotas, but make the goals attainable and revelkant to the surroundings of each store.
Answered - Store Manager (Current Employee) - Mountain Home, AR
This unfortunately is a job that requires long hours depending on the needs of the business
Answered - Account Manager (Former Employee) - Tarrant, AL
Work life balance, follow the policy, quit threatening to fire employees when they disagree to violate the policy
Answered - Sales Manager (Current Employee) - Fresno, CA
Devise a different approach to the furniture rental business
Answered - Asociate (Former Employee) - Albany, NY