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What is the work environment and culture like at American Heart Association?

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You set you own hours and settings where you teach

Answered - Instructor (Current Employee) - EMS

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It is one that is close knit.

Answered - Volunteer (Former Employee) - Nashville, TN

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Independent and self motivating. Staff work together to achieve overall goals.

Answered - Office/Manager/Event Specialist Coordinator (Former Employee) - Memphis, TN

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The culture of the company is very different is development. In development, the culture is very cut-throat, high stress and intense.

Answered - Corporate Market Director (Current Employee) - Lubbock, TX

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The employees are hard working and dedicated to the cause of raising funds for heart disease/stroke prevention and detection.

Answered - Email Communications Coordinator (Former Employee) - Marietta, GA

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They try to aspire to a family atmosphere, but they can't pull it off. Management is very unprofessional.

Answered - Technology Support Specialist (Current Employee) - Richardson, TX

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Extremely high pressure. Demeaning management and ridiculously toxic environment. The employees live in fear of not meeting expectations and are constantly made to cry and feel less than whenever the office management is involved.

Answered - Administrative Assistant/Receptionist (Former Employee) - Tulsa, OK

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