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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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I would have my “Team “ all crossed trained so that the office runs smoothly during unforeseen illnesses, vacations and family emergencies which will add to the efficiency of daily operations fir the public .

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More customer friendly. Make our customers/taxpayers leave our offices feeling that we care about their needs and will respond to their needs professionally and timely.

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Bring up the morel...give people second chances don't be so quick on firing people..

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If I were in charge, I would give low paid workers a chance to work at the top instead of trying to keep them at the bottom.

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Get rid of mediocre employees and get back to rewarding employees who are productive, change agents and risk takers!

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First need to identified the present status of the state and need to identified the possible opportunities to develop the state. Then need to treat accordingly

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Pay employees twice a month while also finding a better system to compensate employees who work Overtime.

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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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