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

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Stop taking benefits away...changes will make it difficult to keep current employees or attract new employees.

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Retraining in production theese managers are so rude i never been talked down like this befor they say to stop and do what they tell you no matter how time wasting it is just to ket you know they are the boss its ridiculous when they make you feel worthless as soon as i find a better job i am going to have this place investigated for the scam of the company it is

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Pay them more money.i think what they say on there applications that they pay a decent living wage is a joke they pay minimum wage how does that equal to decent living wage it means below standards living wage what a joke when they make over a billion dollars in revenue,"':;::#!!!!!

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Follow through with things you are asking about, such as this question. As an example, we were asked to rate our five top benefits in a survey recently. All of healthcare (medical, dental, vision, sick days and both long-term and short-term disability) were separate items. For most employees, disability isn't even offered. Then before any of the results were in, benefits were changed, giving employees less. I see a lot of suggestions offered on this site, but it doesn't appear that anyone is reading them. We are often asked what should be changed, improved or offered, but little changes for the better.

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I think the managers should have to go to sensitivity training. Some of them act really hateful toward their employees, they tell them to shut up and basically take their anger out on them. They don’t ever say please, thank you or good job.

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They need to pay more. No one can survive on an 18,000 a year salary. Come on savers!!!
The work is just outrageously stressful on your body and mind.
I'm a current employee seeking other employment just so sad

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Increase the 5% cap for raises so new workers aren't paid more than workers who have been with the company since the particular store opened; also, promote from within particular stores instead of hiring from outside or from another location. Without those two actions in place, stores will continue to lose good employees and spend more to train new employees.

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Pay them an actual living wage.

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I came from Goodwill and I get written up so many times for stuff that was not my fault

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Get better management

Answered - Recycler (Former Employee) - Anaheim, CA

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