Better work/Life Balance, losing a lot of associates because true value treats associates like numbers and not people. They treat people like they are replaceable which is causing a lot of issues with keeping people. They also need to better training process to ensure that everyone has the training they need to complete their job effectively.
Truthfully I should not have stayed in such a unhealthy environment for as long as I did unfortunately sometimes your in desperate need of a job. Until the day comes when you know you just can't be there one more second.
Sit down with the owner depending what mood he's in he will ask you some questions ( most concerned about whether or not your willing to clean being that he's too lazy to clean his own office) If he doesn't feel like interviewing he will have the accountant/ "Store manager " interview you and regardless of your qualifications or lack thereof if this person likes you guess what Your Hired!
Poorly managed so a lot of work is ignored, poorly executed or passed on to someone else in an entirely different position.
Excessive cellphone use by employees
Juvenile behavior especially from management
The importance of Punctuality and Attendance is dependent on gender and position
Lack of teamwork mentality
Diversity is needed
Are you willing to clean
If you live close by if not do you have a car
Do you know how to use the register
How much do you know about hardware
Will you have any attendance issues ever
Employee working there at the time.
No medical, dental, vision or 401
Constantly threatens to do away with vacation
True value was run primarily on senority. so not much room for growth