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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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More pay. The pay is not competitive at all

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More competitive salaries could go long way. Or develop clear paths for promotion for all employees. Building improvements as well as WiFi would increase productivity greatly.

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If I were interviewing at the state of Maryland I would invite interviewees to come in and make themselves comfortable I would also ask them to introduce themselves and tell us a little about them so that they will get comfortable people tend to be comfortable when they're talking about themselves once they have spoken for a couple minutes I would then begin the board of asking them the questions and allowing them to answer the questions I would explain to them before they start answering the questions why they're there and what the interview will be like

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In order to make a job a pleasant place to work first employees need to know what their jobs consist of that means making a standard operating procedure for each job then properly train the people and then check back to be sure that they understand and that they're doing what you need them to do and of course interpersonal skills go along way when people know how to talk to people and treat people you can get more production from them

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Learn my job well and move up to supervisor, so that I could use my interpersonal skills to treat people correctly, so that all work is completed correctly and productively. Then I would train other qualified people to do the same and take my place, so I could get promoted, often and so could they do as I had done for them.

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Stop the indifference to violence in the workplace againt women in the Department of Corrections.

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Start by hiring a new Secretary of Corrections who honors the mission statement of protecting the public, its employees and the inmates.

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Ad more buss routes and times for people to get around!

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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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