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If you were in charge, what would you do to make State Of North Carolina a better place to work?

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Pay at least twice a month, it's hard getting paid once a month when it's your only source of income

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Quit promoting mediocrity in the agency.
Get rid of micromanaging managers in top management.

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Change the culture to be in line with current, cutting edge offices - including open communication; standard review procedures that are enforced; standard operating procedures (orientation and training for new hires; requiring supervisors and managers train on how to manage people. Cultivate an open, honest, respectful, approachable, flexible, supportive office culture that strives to serve each other as a team and provide efficient and quick service to all stakeholders. PAY MORE and quit stripping employee benefits.

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Reward employees who work hard instead if everyone being treated the same

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I would go beyond the call of duties to performance in a better way and a sure that the State of North Carolina would always have good ratings. And perform all work has needed.

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If I was in charge I would add flex days where employees could work from home instead of coming into the office. This would benefit employees who had a sick child at home or were responsible for caring for an aging parent. I would see about adding childcare in house where the employee could check on their child through out the day. I feel these two suggestions would be a great value to state employees.

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Option to work 10 hrs work days 4 days on 3 days off
Keep taxes low, offer residents insurance through the state instead of private company's..

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I would try to higher pay wages

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I would do an overview of the flowchart/chain of command of the company that I represent and evaluate each position based on character and diligence. I would separate the diligent from the lazy. Also those who miss represent the company due to character issues from within the company and with out, I would immediately remove or demote. Both of these personal traits would be at the top of my list.

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Put all Sops in place they have any

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