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

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Have vehicles that use vehicles for Commercial use should have commercial plates, and never get in the HOV lane, or the far left lane, trucks, tractortrailers and all commercial Vehicles can only use the two right lanes. Will make traffic move smoothly, Thank You.

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Redirect the millions being spent on consultants to real pay raises for employees. Demonstrate that you value employees by paying them a competitive wage.

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No pay raise for over 11 years us totally unacceptable and embarrassing for the state.

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Listen to the employees complaints about the management.

Answered - Administrative Assistant III (Former Employee) - Florence, AZ 85132

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The CEO needs to know that lack of respect is being given to many employees causing stress and walking away from a job of many years. State employees deserve to be treated with respect and dignity.

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Listen to employees and create an environment of teamwork.

Answered - Evaluator 3-Family Assistance, Supervisor (Former Employee) - Mesa, AZ

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I would tell the CEO to create career paths for associates so that they are clear of all of the options they have it's a great organization. Management being so focused on production and not offering career path services causes frustration for those that need guidance and force them to leave the organization due to not feeling fulfilled.

Answered - Program Service Evaluator III (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Keep tighter reigns on management.

Answered - Eligibility Interviewer, Unit Supervisor (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Reduce the daily changes, giving the employee to ability to complete the job, Reduce the pressure that is placed on the staff and employee, offer job security.

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