Encourage independent thought.
Insist managers do something.
Delegation is a skill. Not a opportunity to do nothing. If people are unhappy or dissatisfied ask them to leave.
Change is a good thing
It is reasonable to require any acknowledgement of a job well done.
Sadly, there is none.
Managers are too busy delegating their work to others. Also, they seem too have zero interest in any positive or negative feedback. Perhaps if they could muster some enthusiasm or passion, others may join in.
Casual is fine but PLEASE make sure that your clothes are clean, neat and tidy. Being presentable is an asset! Brush your hair.
For the guy....make sure you pull your pants up and wear a belt.
My resume was sent in (on a Friday) and the next day (Saturday) I received a call for an interview for Monday morning.
Had my interview with one store manager (the one dealing with HR) and was told that they’d like me to meet with a dept. manager the same afternoon. After that meeting I met a final time with the store manager and was hired in the spot and started the next day.
I gave them increase after increase and when I asked for my reward it seems like it was a only a one way street .
There are no guaranteed hours meaning you can be scheduled one shift a week if any. I worked about 20 hours a week with 3-4 shifts a week, mainly 8 hour shifts with some 4 hour shifts.
Firstly I will take care of the need of customers because if company get good response from customers then business will flourish. Secondly, I will try to do something different then other stores so that customers can be attracted. Last but not least, due to above two statements when customers will increase then employees will get paid good and i will be able to invest on the betterment of store.
I applied for full-time work and am lucky if I get 23 hours a week. They keep hiring more part-time employees who get the additional hours I should be getting. Employers should be honest and tell employees that they are only ever going to be part-time and will be lucky to ever get 40 hours a week. Doesn't make a good, dedicated employee want to stay with the company.