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

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Be honest with employees

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The state is actually a dead down beat. Leaderssip is poor.No vision and energy for a future.

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PROS: The work schedule is excellent, tuition waiver, cost efficient benefits without high co-pays,


CONS: management could use more training (professionalism, managing staff, problem solving, communication), the salary is insulting (especially for those with higher education) and no raises to keep up with the cost of living, administration may benefit from additional training on running a public health organization with the client as main focus and not a profit.

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Love the job and serving the sunshine State but more pay is needed. I have to work part time job to make ends me.

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Please give all your employees raises each year! It’s hard to make a living when there are no raises for more than 12 years in a row and no cost of living either! Please fix these problems, cause we take care in serving this great state but not at this expense of many of us working 2-3 jobs just to make ends meat!!

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If it becomes apparant a employee your firm has hired, take responsibility for that hire and find a job matching their skills or pay for proper education.

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Hire employees who can read and write; clearly, a college degree no longer guarantees to ability to do either one.

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Pay is way to low! People can't live on 9.00 am hour.

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Everyone should be held accountable for their areas of expertise and the knowledge base required to perform it, eg. If a department head makes purchases for goods or services from a friend or relative and this is questioned, they don't come back with the answer ' I didn't know I was required to get 3 bids' and write a recommendation for the proposal chosen particularly if it wasn't the lowest bid and how it meets the RFP. Accountability and oversight vs Cronyism and plausible deniability. All State staff should conduct themselves in a manner that suggests not even look of impropriety.

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Hire at. a good starting salsry

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