Lloyds Banking Group
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What would you suggest Lloyds Banking Group management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • It’s not really down to management in the first instance. Your a number nowadays & knowledge means zero. It’s the ‘top dog’ that decides how many seats are ‘going’ from each department and this is a constant thing now. Re-structure - Re-structure - Re-structure

    It makes people very uncomfortable and the moral drops - a lot

  • Hire managers that don't work in that department. Bad behaviour is not only learnt by example but taught. Stop hiring kids to manager roles. Being good at a job is different to managing people.

  • I am unable to answer this. Its personal for me. Other people seem happy enought to stay there.

  • More support when taking on new skills

  • Focus on flexibility of locations for remote working.

  • To look better after their employees.

  • Try and have a more relaxed attitude to their staff regarding call
    times and hold especially when the phones are exceptionally busy.

  • Nothing as business decision has been made to close department

  • Offer more job security

  • They offer alternatives, i.e. changes to working patterns or additional time off. They are very accommodating.

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  1. What would you suggest Lloyds Banking Group management do to prevent others from leaving?