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What would you suggest Co-op Group management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Believe your hard working management members over the bullshitting management members who will stamp over everyone to get where they want.

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Stop been bullies

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Get rid of staff that have been there years and area managers that are rubbish and bullys and it should be about your ability not kissing butt to move on this company is the worst I have ever worked for it made me ill my daughter suffered as I was expected to leave my daughter home alone at 8 and if I didn't I would be displayed so a warning to anyone with kids don't work for them

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Get experienced management and not young ones with hardly any experience at all who just enjoy bossing people around. Talk to your employees like people and not piles of dirt.

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Listen to their staff, get rid of the patronising Citrus training slideshows and stop 1:1 in stores!

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Listen to staff, get their heads out of their bottoms and stop giving best jobs and decent pay to their brown nosing mates who can’t actually do the job.

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Sack them all... bullying, back stabbing, snide, nasty, uncaring, rude, unsupportive, unreslistiv liars

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Managers need to leave ! And take their bullying supervisors with them !!

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End low contract hours with regular overtime working up to full time. Pay the living wage, and use full time contracts for full time hours. It is not ethical to pay holidays for contract hours only. `Staffers work extremely hard due to deliberate understaffing. COOP has plenty money to open new stores, but does not invest in existing stores.

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Stop the bullying and intimidating, and dont just giv jobs out for the boys!!!. thats where companys are going wrong. (chester-le-street).

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