Honestly I would do some kind of undercover boss thing. If you watch, the higher ups don't realize how much work and how much stress people are going through just to live each day. Its an eye opener. Even the rgm and the area coach need to be better at recognition and rewarding... contests. Something along those lines. Its almost as if a rgm makes their area coach, then the area coach almost purposefully lets that store fall eventually forcing the rgm out. New rgm of choice comes in. Its a big game that actually makes me sick to my stomach. I wish that i could be positive. But nothing is... except the co workers you meet. They become so close because you all constantly go through mental breakdowns together.
Reduce menus items from 104 items including lto items. Reduce customers option to change everything in items. Eat it how it's supposed to be made . An stop trying to compete with fast food service times, our food is made to order. It should not be rushed that's how mistakes are made.
Hire people who want to work...
Answered - Manager in Training (Former Employee) - Jacksonville, FL
Give people more hours
Answered - Cashier/Customer Service (Former Employee) - Mount Morris, MI
I would have the Area Coaches be more hands-on and willing to actually work with the employees to improve their skill set and work ethic, not just oversee and not get to know their employees.
Answered - Shift Lead (Former Employee) - Marysville, WA
Make sure its always clean and everyone is on top of their job and doing what they are supposed to do.
Answered - Resturant (Current Employee) - Middletown, OH
Give all Employees a raise that need one
Answered - Taco Bell Crew Member (Current Employee) - Fort Dodge Iowa
More consistent overlapping coverage for shifts.
Answered - Senior Asst. Manager (Former Employee) - Newport, OR
I'd make sure things were done properly. Other employee's who would work.
Answered - Cashier (Current Employee) - Moultrie, GA
First i would make sure all my managers are getting alone makes the work environment a lil less stress
Answered - Danielle Iseley, Manager (Former Employee) - Newport News, VA