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5 days base on the time hired

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I have not received any cost of living raises since working here at Boston Public Health Commission.

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Starting with the application process, waiting for the first interview than if your qualifications are ok and you made a good impression on the interviewers you get to go for a second interview. from that point on it could take two to three weeks from the date of the second with congratulation phone call or email and proceed to the next step which at that point is your physical and so on and so forth.

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5 weeks the longer you work the more you accrue.

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I feel that they got some kind of respect from the employees and it was a joy to work there

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Be more approachable! The more approachable you are, the better the work morale would be.

Eliminate the City of Boston residency policy or compensate us more to be able to live in the city!

Livable wages and salaries!

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Have mandatory training on civility in the workplace, lateral violence, implicit bias, racial justice, and trauma, DV and resiliency. Change the culture of job titles. It creates an unnecessary power dynamic in the workplace. If we can't be civil to each other how are we suppose to take care of others? I speak to the CEO the same way I speak to the janitor, both deserve to be acknowledged as human beings and they deserve the same level of respect. I would make this an environment where new ideas are welcomed and encouraged, motivate my staff to improve their professional and personal growth, allow safe spaces to discuss issues that may arise at work. I am mindful we are all human and stories and lives outside of work and work doesn't have to be a place of disgruntled souls. We need humanity empathy and compassion!

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