#1. Treat your employees as you would your stock holders. Not just a number! Consider them spoke's in Weyco's wheel. And think of how many spokes can you loose out of that wheel before Weyco. quits rolling along!
#2 Quit giving out golden parachute's to CEO's who over pay for a hostile take over of another company and ruining both!
Learn to work with their employees when short handed. On daily occasions I seen mgmt stand around in air conditioned rooms while their peers work to exhaustion. You are just a number to them. Worst place I have ever worked for.
Job could go full-time.
Answered - Warehouse Associate (Former Employee) - Charlotte, NC
I don't think there is an easy answer to that but where I'm at I've seen good management leave and the worst of the worst stay. I think the problem is more at the corporate level. There is no accountability for upper management at this plant and no one to hold them accountable but themselves.
Match job duties to skill level of employee
Answered - Office Specialist III-Human Resources (Former Employee) - Natchitoches, LA
I got laid off because Co. was having cut backs.
Answered - Timber Buyer (Former Employee) - Bruce, MS
Keep the mills open
Answered - Operator (Former Employee) - Alabama