Questions and Answers about Argos

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

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Get up off their backsides and show willing instead of sneaking to the pub whenever they can

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Nothing they can do as they have already changed a lot of their processes

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Stop breaking balls over put away time when your voice things dont even work
And on top of that stop threatening people with the sack if they dont give out enough argos cards most people cant afford to be in debt NOT FOR PLASTIC RUBBISH THEY DONT NEED

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Be nicer and listen more to staff

Answered - Shop Assistant (Former Employee) - Hamilton, South Lanarkshire

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Just being polity and kind to the collegues

Answered - stock assistant (Current Employee) - Brixton, Greater London

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Nothing they can do as they have already changed a lot of their processes

Answered - Customer Service Assistant (Former Employee) - Banbury, Oxfordshire

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More managers in store to support team

Answered - Customer Advisor - Part Time (Former Employee) - Brentford, Greater London

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Make recruitment a panel, and moving people bewtween departments, a panel choice, aswell. given that people are trained on opendoor, to a high standard, sacking someone because you don't like them is not asset conducive. this must cost the company Millions every year, people management skills are an integral part of management. and needs to be closely monitored for the intrestes of saving money within the company, is a manager really a manager, if they feel they can't raise staffs abilities to a desired level, and would rather sack and take on someone else, so that two lots of training, to lots of uniform, for one job, not to mention the expierence loss of the first employee that now your going to have to build in the new one, mean while the store performance gos down, and puts strain on others.

Answered - Stockroom Assistant (Former Employee) - Stoke-on-Trent 0811

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