They have the capability of becoming a relaxed work environment which would compensate for their low pay. They don't utilize flex time and relaxed dress code policies even though they have set up their office policies as such. Most roles have unlimited access to the offices, yet are restricted to an agreed upon work schedule. I believe if they let those in non supervisory roles the ability to work any time as long as its 40 hrs a week that would compensate for the high turn over. Setting 9-5 schedules for those in a supervisory roles would help cover the minimal face to face public interaction. Face to face public interaction will probably be even less when PATH becomes utilized. As for the dress code, we are already allowed to wear pretty flip flops and jeans however the color denim blue is reserved for Friday's only. Otherwise the dress code is relaxed. I am not sure why there is a restriction on the denim blue 4 days a week. I believe that if individual offices focused on production and we utilized the office policies already in play it would decrease the nit picky and petty work environment (which discourages people). Putting the focus back on the production that needs to be accomplished thus increasing productivity, lowing high turnover rates, and increasing longevity. The flexibility in the environment would make up for the low pay scale.
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