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    Pros

    Although the private sector may get paid more for most careers, the benefits alone are worth it.

    Cons

    The federal government gets a bad rap for doing nothing and getting paid. For some employees, that may be true. But for the most part, we are hard working individuals that earn our pay.

    Advice to Management

    Flex time for employees.

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Federal Government Interviews

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    Situational evaluation. Predicting predetermined selection of local personnel. Not truly an assessment of the individual being interviewed. Be bold, be strong and definitive. Does not make sense to addd words beyond what is necessary to depict the process.

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