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Nepotism and favortism by elected officials. Employment of friends and relatives who falsify work history and education (HR is aware ) instead of qualified applicants. No leadership by elected officials. Terrible work environment.

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CorrectionEmployees are NOT allowed any time off from Sept 15 through Thanksgiving per the tax commissioner- unless you are a favored employee at the Tax Commissioner's office. Office Manager
(hourly) seems to have unlimited time off with pay-Less than 20 hrs -paid for 40, unlimited vacation/time off?

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Clean house!!! Remove elected officials who have no leadership skills, are corrupt and all about benefiting themselves, and believe they can do anything they want because they are "elected" and don't answer to anyone. Elected officials who are rarely at work need removed. Terminate or demote employees of elected officials who have falsified their qualifications and education (claiming "degrees" they don't have and schools (usually online) they've never attended. Immediate termination of employees who are found to have falsified their employment applications. Require all education be verified by HR before hiring is allowed and all education verified of current employees. End the nepotism!! Hire qualified employees (not unqualified friends and relatives) and manage county finances so that the community truly benefits and qualified employees get paid fairly. Most businesses have left and none are moving in. Accountability for spending of taxpayer money. Until BIG changes like these happen in Clayton County, the dynamics and political attitudes change; Clayton County will continue to deteriorate. Voters are clueless about what is truly happening in Clayton County Government.

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No, definitely not for truly qualified applicants. Pay is not negotiable (unless it is a top tier position(?). There is a pay scale and employees haven't had a pay decent raise in years (any small % raise is usually wiped out by increased medical coverage). Work atmosphere isn't worth the wages. There are endless opportunities for better employment in other counties.

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