- Aug 4, 2018
I'm just curious if corporate uses team lead "plants" as a tactic to see how a store is ran. Has anyone experienced this?
You are saying this was a Team Member that did this?We had a female in her late 20’s. A lady on my team kept telling me that she was watching everyone but I thought nothing of it. Sure enough, she was spying and she cleaned house. She got team members, a TL and the SD.
We were told she was ETL. She was only there a few months. I did notice that she was going into AP office often. At the time the store was very close and had a group that thought they could do whatever they wanted and did. After all the people that were fired told their story so it was a “spy’.You are saying this was a Team Member that did this?
I find it very hard to believe. I never have seen or heard of this. I also have never seen a District Manager or District HR have any problems managing out poor performers. Maybe you are paranoid, and you didn't see the behind the scenes interactions.
It wasn’t everyone. It was 1 ETL, SD, and both a TL and TM in tech.Well, I would say, for all of those that say voicing concerns never goes anywhere, well maybe it does. I can't imagine Corporate would go to the trouble to plant TLs (and clean house) unless there were significant concerns raised (either by TMs or through sales/revenue/etc.). Cleaning house is expensive.
It’s actually not fun to watch unless you are a total heartless bitch. I did not even like the people and I cried. It’s watching someone’s life being torn. They have families and everyone felt bad in some sort of way.Interesting....I think I will enjoy watching the fireworks. This will be entertaining to see who gets the boot!
It’s actually not fun to watch unless you are a total heartless bitch. I did not even like the people and I cried. It’s watching someone’s life being torn. They have families and everyone felt bad in some sort of way.