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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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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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Stop lying. Appreciate those who truly work not set around and are your buddies. Pay what is indicative to skill level.

Answered - Same (Former Employee) - Rankin County, MS

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Stop lying. Appreciate thise who truly work not set around and are your buddies. Pay what is indicative to skill level.

Answered - Same (Former Employee) - Rankin County, MS

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I would actually get a training program model for new hires. Make changes to productivity standards. Create incentive programs and hire new management that actually help the employees.

Answered - LONG TERM CARE MEDICIAD SPECIALIST (Former Employee) - Brandon, MS

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