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If you were in charge, what would you do to make State of Maryland a better place to work?

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Have senior managers be trained on how to work with staff. It's a job, not their king or queen dom.

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Increase the pay then at least the inefficiencies and unprofessionalism would be a little more tolerable.

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I will provide all necessary work tools , provide conducive work environment and good welfare packages.

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Training and retraining is a very important tool that increases the know how and expection from employee towards their goal at work. Due diligence should be practice in the work place

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Training and retraining gives employee better knowledge of how to increase work expectations and due diligence should be practiced

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Teamwork- This makes work easier and promotes work excelence and good productivity

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Training is the best way for all of us to move forward. Not everyone has the ability to move forward without direction. With direction one could move the world.

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In my findings, employees seem to work better when they are encourage, motivated and giving the incentive to grow. Removing some company's restraints can be profitable as long as the employee has the right mindset in carry out his/her job descriptions.

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I would allow the State employees to come up with their own system in how to work safe and productive while creating a system that works best for them and the company.

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I would simply focus on staff appreciation...so many people work so hard....they should be supported and appreciated.

Answered - Deputy Chief, Center of HIV Surveillance (Former Employee) - Baltimore, MD

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