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If you were in charge, what would you do to make National Football League a better place to work?

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To make the atmosphere at the NFL a little better I would evalutae and hire real leaders which they currently lack. Most of the staff is out for themeselves and ironically the league doesn’t promote teamwork so everyone does there own thing and people walk right past you in hall as if you were a piece of furniture. They’ve created a very negative culture where nobody communicates. People barely say hello and goodbye and basically nothing in between. A real dump of an environment but you live for the perks and that’s it. The people are brown nosers

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Pay more and allow for opportunities for advancement.

Answered - Instant Replay (Former Employee) - Chicago, IL

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This is a wonderful place to work! I would not change anything.

Answered - Premium Seating Service Coordinator Supervisor (Current Employee) - Orchard Park, NY

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I would really make it a point to play to people's strengths when it comes to positions and also listen to what people feel suits them best in the work environment rather than what I may feel is best for them.

Answered - Production Coordinator (Current Employee) - Culver City, CA

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Paying closer attention to who they hire as upper management.

Answered - Senior Animator/Designer (Former Employee) - Culver City, CA

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More Full Time opportunities.

Answered - Associate Producer (Current Employee) - Mt. Laurel, NJ

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