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If you were in charge, what would you do to make State of Mississippi a better place to work?

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I would specialize the Tanf Employment and Training programs in large counties. It should be kept with Case Managers Exclusively because the Eligibility workers have too big of case loads and job duties to manage E & T and Tanf successfully.

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Bring more jobs to the local areas and bring affordable transportation for those who need it in order to get back and forth to work.

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Public transportation. Community staffing not out sourcing incentives for redirecting and restoring a petsons standardship for state guidelines if "moral behavior" felons can regain their pride and reputation with outhsrsh biased setbacks for mistakes of young adulthood.
More apprenticeship (news flash we have reached over half percent of the state -accounted for- populated by "Felons' .
There should be corporate alliance or some sort with schools and recovery places.
(Why should Wal-Mart get rich popping up in every town. They should have to help the community they are in instead of just using them..(every baby has a dirty diaper.. everyone has to eat..we all have to wear clothes (by law lol)
*there for we must shop*
we NEED things in life but the corporate Giants are exploitibg that. I'm sure they can help with public transportation funding for whatever terms are negotiatied upon ...ect.

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Make sure the workers don’t get burned out from the job and provide more money.

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Offer training and time to practice new skills.

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It's really kind of hard to say Ms. has always had this dark cloud over head, along with behind the 8 ball. There's always been room for improvement, that when Ms. puts the brakes on, that Black's will benefit, and as for a retirement state to live, unless you were born, if not I suggest you catch your breath and move on.

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I would implement and demonstrate core educational values to better Mississippi.

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Making the State of Mississippi a better working place for all people involves following state, federal and government laws are my top priorities. The old saying is "Mississippi is not a good place to work but good for retirement". I want Mississippi to portray more of a better image than the old saying!

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Get off the buddy system. Bring in effective ethical and cultural diversity trainings to support employees of different backgrounds. Raise pay scale to a national level and start employees at a livable wages and increase productivity through diverse leadership training for managers and hire personnel on a skills basis and not on the buddy system.

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Managment training on ethicsl behavior. Keep those who work, let go of those eho dont. Pay raise indicitive of skills levels, not friendships.

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