A Job for the LAZY
Poor management who find ways around favouring individuals despite it being a union environment.
Extremely poor scheduling and hours based on employers business needs and how they are used by individual store manager
Too many employees per store and constantly bringing in senior employees which has a negative impact on the hours offered to those with lesser experience
No accountability for work ethics
Poorly trained shift leaders who are given the job based on their seniority and not their management skills or work ethics....poor workers can be and are put "in charge"
Call in list for stores not followed and employees are called in based on managers relationships with other managers, employees relationships with person calling from store requesting replacement/temporary worker
Stores with greater number of staff (AA stores) have more workers with lesser experience and they are scheduled more hours per week, whereas an employee with more experience can stay at a store and be given lesser as the manager will keep them around for their reliability
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