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If you were in charge, what would you do to make U.S. Navy a better place to work?

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Being respectful, Obeying the rules, Brotherhood manner, being a real Patriot citizen...

I have better plan to handle diffrent defence agancies

Pay increases for those who have families to support.

Better scheduling plans.

Can your garbage maintenance program. It gets too many people fired in comparison with the efficiency of the program. There has to be something that wastes less time and provides the same, if not better results.
Overhaul the company websites to make them even a little user friendly and somewhat reliable. Or! Even better idea. How hard is it to create one website? Need your reccords? Boom right there. Need a qualification? Oh right in the same place. Need to look at your physical status? You guessed it! Same website.

Cut out as much powerpoint training as possible, but replace it with more table top planning, along with actively simulating the scenario. It doesn't waste time and resources. it only relocates them and gets sailors involved and ready.

Less civilian contractors working on instalations and more military doing the same work. There are so many transient people in/out processing who have no purpose in life. Let them cut the lawn.

STOP printing so many unfinished products or using so much paper in general. I'm not certain on how much paper was shredded vs being used, but it was a really big contrast. Most of the paper used usually gets shredded shortly after use.

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Make people be aware of their actions and how its benefiting the military

Make the recruitment process more strict

I would make sure all divisions treat each other with respect and as a brotherhood no matter what rank or age or color.

Longer thinking process.

The Navy changes on a daily basis on matter to improve the morale of Sailors so when they transition back to the civilian life, they are more succeptible to change.

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