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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 give people with a disability a chance to do some work which would take the heart slack off of the other workers

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Develop a pay scale where new hires didn't start out making more than 20+ to year employees.

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Stop demanding so much overtime and figure out a better solution for hiring help. Additionally, a lot of things are zero tollerance when it comes to officers. How about captains that play favorites to certain officers and try to get the one they don't really like fired. There should be a zero tolerance for that!

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If I could I would like to see that State wmployees could get paid every two weeks instead of once a month

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If I wanted to make North Carolina a better place to work. I would offer reduced tax rates for businesses proportionately as they invest in their employees. Forms of investing in their employees range from, offering continuing educationin the for of training and development. Assistance with day care or private schooling for children of employees, partial investment in income producing investment portfolios or private insurance ect.

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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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