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

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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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Remodel, new management

Answered - Customer Service/ Cashier (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC

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Compensation could be raised.

Answered - Retail Sales Manager (Former Employee) - Anaheim, CA

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Heck no, this is a terrible company and a very terrible store

Answered - Team Member (Current Employee) - Parkville, MD

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I think too much money is spent on flyers and signage for the store. Some of that money could be used to raise wages. The amount of production demanded from employees is not equal to the wages they offer. I think they could afford to pay better.

Answered - Production (Current Employee) - Hoffman Estates, IL

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No i would not

Answered - production line member (Former Employee) - Coon Rapids, MN

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