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What would you suggest McDonald's management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • Appreciate and value staff more, don't degrade them the way the managers in my store do
    Stop favouring certain employees over others

    TRAIN CREW ON ALL STATIONS not just one or two and DON'T COMPLAIN TO US when we can't work a certain station as a result

    Treat crew fairly when it comes to time off, don't constantly, always deny one crew persons and constantly, always approve another's, approve and deny everyone FAIRLY

    Don't consistently leave people working on one station (i.e. tills) with no variety (especially when they PLEAD with you to give them variety)

    Side with crew instead of customers when we follow company policy by telling customers they cant do a certain thing (i.e. substitute fries for twisty fries in a meal, which it specifically says we can't do)

  • Encourage good work practices praise for a job well done

  • Improve wages. Witness their hard work and pay attention to safety hazards MORE.

  • I dont now

  • Better payment.

  • Treat everyone the same

  • Start to appreciate their staff more , be more respectful to staff and pay better

  • Value the employees. Give opportunities for people who have the experience and hard work.

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