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What advice would you give the CEO of State of Florida about how to improve it?

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To be able to work and serve the company to my fullest ability that will develop my skill

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Cell phones in the work place should be banned except for breaks . Work is being ignored and co workers have to pick up the slack

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An investigation needs to be conducted of the employee evaluation process. Evaluations are subjective. The starting point of the employee evaluation is average. Management will not tell employees what they can do to result in an above expectations or exceeds evaluation. It is thought that a higher level of management tells employee manager what rating to issue even though the employee has no interaction with higher management level. It is thought that management does not want employees to qualify for potential merit raise. We are evaluated based on the amount of dollars per hour which is in conflict with taxpayer rights. The dollars per hour recovery is discussed every meeting. Employees are told they are inefficient if they do not have a high recovery in relation to the hours spent. Employees are given a specific number of hours to conduct cases. Evaluations are negatively impacted if the hours taken exceed the time allotted.

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I am not even going to bother applying for $12.50 hr & they want me to do all the listed duties?? A lot of businesses in FL ARE TAKING ADVANTAGE of people in a financially stressful economy. I'll have to google what the head ceo & team is making...let's see if they can live off 12.50!

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The state of Florida pays their employees nothing. Especially in South Florida, where the cost of living is unattainable with the mediocre salaries. Our wonderful Governor knows this and does do anything to fix it.

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The Department of Children and families needs a complete overhaul.

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Higher pay - at least enough to pay South Florida cost of living. Who could afford to work there?

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Make sure employees are being treated equally and not favored depending on which group they belong to

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The ceo needs to step down. She's worthless nothing but a politically correct puppet that cares nothing about the staff. She would rather see an officer get hurt than the inmate hurting the officer skin his knee running away after he assaults staff. This place is a ticking time bomb that's gonna get people killed while this stupid woman that had no idea of what's is like to deal with than sits in her air conditioned office lieing about trying to help her staff.

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The CEO needs to do random visits to observe what really goes on in these offices with staff and employees. Managers need training on proper delegation of duties given to employees according to employees job description. You have employees performing all types of duties outside of their job description that they were not originally hired to perform and the employees that are actually suppose to do them are getting paid for it while the other person is not getting paid to do their work on their pay scale. Managers delegate the work not understanding that employees are supposed to work according to the duties of their job description because the jobs go by a certain pay scale. Management does not understand you just can't delegate work any kind of way, it has to be dispersed by duties on job description and pay scale given at time of hire.

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