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What would you suggest British Army management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?

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Good management, teachers you alot, keep ding what you doing.

Answered - Airborne Gunner and Driver (Former Employee) - Colchester, Essex

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Lower the requirement for having a faultless past. Same as the Police. Too many potentially great Officers / Soldiers, are RTU'd because of a few infractions from their past. It should be like the old days, where they would take anyone who was strong, fit and willing.
Obviously the fitness, academic and psychological tests should remain the same, but in regards to so called 'criminal records', it should not be a barr to someone joining. As long as they've not committed any major crime, then they should be given a chance at life in the forces.

Answered - British Army (Former Employee) - Aldershot

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Listen to what all ranks views are, nothing can work effectively if everything does not work.

Answered - British Army (Former Employee) - Tidworth

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Give more interest in each current soldiers welfare

Answered - Driver (Former Employee) - Thirsk, North Yorkshire

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Have more consideration for soldiers with children.

Answered - Communications logistic specialist (Current Employee) - Bath, Somerset

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Better organisation before events. Build up fitness beforehand.

Answered - Officer Cadet (Current Employee) - Leeds

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Stop the goverment from making the defence budget smaller every year

Answered - Driver/Supplier (Current Employee) - Chippenham, Wiltshire

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Provide the best and fairest working environment for personnel. Respect personnel more and don't become an 'empire builder' or become power crazed with promotion.

Answered - Telecommunications Operator (Former Employee) - Worldwide.

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Try to convince you to stay and try it a little longer.

Answered - Royal Engineer (Former Employee) - Pirbright, Surrey

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Create more job opportunities in the north of the country rather than have everything down south

Answered - Lance Corporal (Former Employee) - Preston, Lancashire

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