Questions and Answers about State of Florida

View all 28 questions about State of Florida

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

Asked

Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
Your answer will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines

20 answers

This is what I would tell CEO, The pay should be much better everyone answer said the pay was bad

Answered

Report answer

There should be more balance between the employee's pay and the cost of living! And it is true that inflation is still with us but not notable raises in state workers' pay!!

Answered

1
Report answer

Bring union jobs back to Florida and enforce job labor laws. Florida is upside down. Cost of living is through the roof yet pay is lowest in nation. Have to work 16 hrs a day just to live paycheck to paucheck. Relocation to another state is a must!

Answered

3
Report answer

In order to reduce the extremely high turnover rate/revolving door. Employees would stay if they are valued, not just in benefits and actions, but compensation as well. Inflation continues to increase, but State employees receive no pay increases. The caseload is unrealistic and needs to be re-vamped. The Florida citizens suffer with long wait times & the workers suffer with low pay, high turnover, low morale & unrealistic caseloads. There needs to be a better & efficient way to throughly serve the clients & employees.

Answered

3
Report answer

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

Answered

Report answer

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

Answered

1
1
Report answer

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.

Answered

4
2
Report answer

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!

Answered

4
Report answer

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.

Answered

3
1
Report answer

The Department of Children and families needs a complete overhaul.

Answered

4
Report answer