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What would you suggest McDonald's management do to prevent others from leaving for this reason?

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I’m not leaving because it’s a bad job I like working there, I’m just not getting enough shifts and I would prefer a full time / part time job.

Answered - McDonalds Crew Member (Current Employee) - Central Coast NSW

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Improve the quality of management as well as on managing our work. Most especially our job description and availability of the crews.

Answered - Manager Trainee (Former Employee) - Marque Mall

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Deal with aggressive customers better

Answered - Crew member (Former Employee) - Tuart Hill WA

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There is no way mcdonalds could prevent others from leaving in this situation

Answered - Cafe coordinator/Crew Trainer (Current Employee) - Sydney NSW

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Make sure there are enough members on staff during a given time period to keep stress levels low

Answered - Crewmember (Current Employee) - Pascoe Vale South VIC

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I think I would stay at Mcdonald's if I got more hours. I get a shift ever 2 weeks and they are mainly only 3 hours.

Answered - Customer service (Current Employee) - Kippa-Ring QLD

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Treat them better

Answered - Crew Member (Former Employee) - Werribee VIC

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Be a lot more kind and considerate.

Answered - McDonalds Crew Member (Former Employee) - Gungahlin ACT

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Watch and train the managers to be more understanding of the staff...

Answered - Team Member (Former Employee) - Marion SA

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Work on team building skills and notice who works well together to prevent team disputes or people not working cohesively.

Answered - Wollongong Team Member (Former Employee) - Wollongong NSW

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