High turnover for a reason
Senior Corporate Market Director (Former Employee) – Houston, TX – May 4, 2017
I was recruited to work for AHA from another organization and was sold a promise of "work-life balance". The compensation was fantastic and having lost three grandparents to heart related illness, I was excited to make a difference. Worst decision ever.
This is an organization that will put money over people every time. Forget about being able to cultivate relationships with donors and volunteers. We were required to have 15-20 meetings on our calendar every week. And if you miss your goal, regardless of any factors outside your control, you can pretty much count on not having a job anymore.
I wouldn't recommend this organization to anyone, and I will never donate money to them, either.
High stress, hugh turnover, no work-life balance, all about the money, lack of respect for people