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If you were to leave U-Haul, what would be the reason?

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For what I did and had too do I thought I'd get paid more. I was there going on 2 full years and not once did I get a raise.

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My main frustrations come from other co-workers who have been there longer and get a free pass at bad behavior.
Late to shifts, standing around not being proactive, actively avoiding work, and punching out early are all things I've witnessed on the job. The pay and hours for part time stagnates after your first six months and after that you're expected to tack on as many other skills and menial tasks as possible so they can run the store with the bare minimum people without compensation.
End of the month is h*ck on earth. Customers are stressed out and rude, and co-workers bumming around not actively keeping the store running adds fuel to the fire.
By no means is this the fault of the manager, rather the people this job attracts. Most of these kids have only worked one or two jobs before so they expect no consequence once their shift is done and they punch out without any thought as to the closing shift that comes after them.

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Not having the support and tools to do your job. Expected to get it done alone, using sticks and stones (so to say).

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The low pay

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I feel like I don't even work there. Nobody ever gives me recognition for anything, not even when I move pallets and couches and mattresses by myself. I can't even remember the last time my boss has said anything to me. The first time they talked to me was to almost fire me. Storage gets treated like maids instead of respectable employees who hold the weight of the company on their backs. After all, storage is where most of Uhaul' s income comes from.

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Poor Management Skills

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Please take my advice and find another employer you will regret working for these slave drivers

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I left... they treat people poorly - salary and schedule.

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Company Culture is hideous with regard to how they treat people.
Think about it, the Kids took the Company away from their Dad!
People: crew them up, spit them out, and replace them...

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I did leave... Safety Issues, Broken Promises about Schedule, Low Salary, No Raises.

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