Questions and Answers about State of New Mexico

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What would you suggest State of New Mexico management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Evaluate present earnings, evaluate job performance. If that person fits and works well in the group, pay increases are always a great incentive, but you need to make it worth their while, so they don't leave. Bringing salaries up to be close to the National Average is a plus.

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All about who you know and what you can do for them. That will never change, just better pay if that's the way it will.

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Very good state to work for

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Flexibility. Better training and leaders.

Answered - Healthcare Surveyor-Advanced (Current Employee) - Santa Fe, NM

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Treat each employee fairly with the distribution of job duties/tasks. Divide work evenly & suggest increases to those that deserve an increase in pay for the extra work they do.

Answered - Titling Agent (Current Employee) - Los Lunas, NM

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Treat all employees fairly

Answered - Financial Specialist (Current Employee) - New Mexico

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Fire Jessica Samienego as Director. Hire competent supervisors.

Answered - Legal Assistant (Former Employee) - Albuquerque, NM

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Better management training on ethics policies and procedures.

Answered - Appraisal Bureau Specialist (Former Employee) - Santa Fe, NM

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