Trust their staff, be to be more proactive and helping out on the shopfloor when needed, review complaints and not being too quick to judge, acknowledge staff for their hard work (AND NOT ONLY ON SALES!!!!!!) listen to staff feedback and not brush it under the carpet. The list is endless
Communicate and build trust with staff. Teamwork is paramount. Hear what staff have to say and take the views on board, their voice counts!
Ensure there is opportunities to transfer to different locations easily.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - Neath, UK
Offer more opportunities to further careers.
Answered - Team coma (Current Employee) - Shrewsbury, Shropshire
Hiring enough staff, being more structured.
Answered - Temporary Sales Assistant (Former Employee) - London, Greater London
Communicate better with staff and review complaints!!
Communicate with staff members and take your time in reviewing any complaints made that may require unbiased opinion.
Answered - Sales Assistant (Current Employee) - Fife
Completely restructure management from regional downwards.
Answered - Sales Manager (Former Employee) - England
Go on a management training programme and learn how to be more approachable
Answered - Sales Consultant (Former Employee) - Birmingham, Solihull, UK