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What would you suggest Royal Farms management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Hire enough people per store. Schedule more people per shift sothe stores can be kept CLEAN!! If people knew how filthy the food/drink prep areas really are, they would NEVER shop there again! It's absolutely disgusting! When you don't have enough employees, things don't get cleaned!

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Nothing a store manager can do . It's the district managers unreasonable demands they pass down that causes people to leave.

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Fire the lazy people who make the hard workers work double if they want the good ones to stay. My store doesn’t write up people enough. It’s a bunch of warnings. Or give raises to those who work hard.

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Get new management. SAY NO TO DRUGS

Answered - Cashier (Former Employee) - Parkville, MD

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Work with schedule

Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE ASSOCIATE (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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Help out your store stop put an end to the high school things that you can control. it ruins the atmosphere and can ruin everyones mood and ability to wanna work

Answered - Customer Service Leader (Former Employee) - Conowingo, MD

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To accommaodate their employers with benefits and to work around there schedule as far as more hours and evaluate and applaud there employers on hard work and let the people who wants to work work

Answered - Customer Service/ cashier (Current Employee) - Elkton, MD

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Change culture of no accountability

Answered - Store Leader (Current Employee) - Colmar, PA

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They will not change because it is a high turn over rate and they know it.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Trainee) 3rd shift (Former Employee) - Seaford, DE

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