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What would you suggest The Body Shop management do to prevent others from leaving?


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They should try not competing with their suboordinates, and try coaching them to be great instead so that they could move up. They should also hire from within more instead of hiring new people for positions their long standing employees could have moved up into. Depending on the store, everything was so competitive that management was trying to be top salesperson as well as the associates and everyone wanted to prove themselves. It becomes toxic.


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Changing the prices

Answered - Other (Current Employee) - Lemoore, CA

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An amazing company.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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They need to conduct themselves as a professional business. They need to compensate their employees when they stay late to work. There should be specific jobs for each person.

Answered - Customer Service Rep, Gerber Collision (Former Employee) - Smyrna, GA

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Provide higher pay to key holder positions

Answered - Key-holder/Shift Manager (Former Employee) - Milford, CT

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Some locations have to close due to the high rent.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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The company should let there employees grow within

Answered - Sales Associate (Former Employee) - Aventura, FL

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