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My fist order of business would be to learn about each employee where they come from what they been exposed to in life and what are their dreams and goals. Then would focus on their strengths and less on their failures. I would teach the staff team building skills thee way commination and how plan out the task before being to ensure that all procedure are being looked at and carried out properly each day through out each shift. I would teach shift to shift walk down turn overs to ensure clear hand off for each staff member.

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When each interview is being conducted I would ask each candidate to tell me about them selves.
I would also asked what is the reason they decided to apply for he job position.
what would make them the right person for this job
what are your thoughts on working with the Juvenile Justice and how can you help bring positive change.

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A month of training. And yes you get paid 750 an hour

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Terrible 12+hr shifts

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29 hours weekly

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Vision Medical Dental Disability 403(b) plan 529 plan

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