Everyone that works for PFP should feel proud , yes it’s hard work but putting people first is at the core of everything we do.
What would you suggest Places for People management do to prevent others from leaving?
Get rid of the senior managers as these are the ones who visit all the venues and cause trouble between staff and departments. Some of the senior managers are in relationships with other senior managers.
What advice would you give the CEO of Places for People about how to improve it?
Downsize the management team and have more tradesmen on the ground to serve the clients. More flexible working hours for the tradesmen, more support. If you VALUE your tradesmen, they will respect you more.
At the interview you get told there are two shift patterns but when in the job there is various shift patterns.
Places for People have many positions where you can work from home or agilely , they have done all they can during COVID to make sure office based staff have been able to work from home providing IT equipment and support.