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

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  • Area managers have to remember they not own company, and they get pay becouse of us who working in the shops and wherehouses .

  • Respect their staff they have to realise they wouldn't have a company making millions or even billions a year on turnover if staff didn't put there time and energy into making this happen

  • Respect their staff far more. The stress they put on staff in terms of time constraints and leaving stores chronically understaffed horribly effects staffs mental health and wellbeing.

  • Management still need to be more relaxed and friendly. Put some of the mental health training they received early 2019 into practice!!!!
    Rotas are a massive issue..once they are released THEY SHOULD STAY THE SAME and people should be ASKED IF THEY CAN WORK BEFORE ANY CHANGES ARE have created a new disorder ROTA ANXIETY!!!!!

  • Treat people more fair and with bigger respect, specially if somebody work hard

  • Changing your work culture entirely and hire more staff. The whole system needs to change. You can't protend to the public that you are a progressive supermarket and then treat your staff like dogs behind close doors.

  • Treat them with some more respect and get to know them as people. Let them enjoy their days off and have a little bit of routine to rotas.

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  1. What would you suggest Lidl management do to prevent others from leaving?