U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development

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Housing will be needed therefore this agency will be funded for regulation purposes.

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I want to know about security of the job and benefit and pay

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When the Employee Viewpoint Survey says management is a problem, scrutinize the managers in the offices where problems are reported. Don't follow up the survey by blaming staff. Some managers suck and should be replaced with people who have the skill and desire to manage effectively.

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Sick leave earned is 4 hours per pay period.

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It is the government. Hiring may depend on the budget and resolution. It may take less than 3 months are some times a year.

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Just show up, smile, and nod. If you have been called in for an interview, they intend on hiring you. Speaking the truth or about anything other than what is presented in your resume will get you flagged as a potential problem. Management does not want motivated employees. They want employees who know how to tow the company (or division) line.

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Raises were given annually.

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Friendly,Pleasant, and relaxing atmosphere

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