Questions and Answers about Tuesday Morning

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

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More payroll hours, better pay, realistic expectations from upper management about what can be accomplished without burning out employees. Better training materials that are actually available to sales associates, or a way to actually keep track of the ever changing policies.

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Expecting you to be overly aggressive when asking customer for email address, especially when you have a lot of regular customers. 👎

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Provide better hours. In my store, most employees only have 10 hours a week. Our manager has even suggested that we get second jobs because of this. I have fun working here but with this few hours, I will not be able to stay.

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Definitely need more payroll hours from a Corporate level , not the fault of management

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Hire better store managers that understand the Code of Ethics

Answered - Senior Store Associate (Former Employee) - Marietta, GA

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I believe that the company shouldn't try to change so much and that they need to go through management. Find out whats really happening in the stores and fix it.

Answered - Part-Time Manager (Current Employee) - Mechanicsville, VA

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Work and listen more suggestions that the employees have to say.

Answered - Key Manager (Former Employee) - Macon, GA

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At the time there was only one manager and I had to do a crash course in learning what my position entailed. They needed to hire management staff that was better qualified than the one that I had to work with who didn't have enough training before taking the position.

Answered - Key Manager (Former Employee) - Macon, GA

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Agree with answer #1. Stop changing warehouses and implementing proceedure changes that are not sure to be an improvement or helpful to the company or employees. Take your suit off for a day and actually do the work that is expected from you. Unrealistic amount of truck hours given, too many new insignificant procedure changes adding extra hours required by employees that they don't have!

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Give more hours. Hire more people to reduce theft. Upper management needs to be more realistic with expectations. Most duties require a full time job. Corporate is slow to make changes. Supplies ordered almost never come in. No compensation to push sales. Fluctuate your budgets every now and then to make this store succeed while keeping your employees happy.

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