Executive Assistant to Vice President (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 5, 2017
As an older non profit with a lot of legal background, the place just had too many forms for every action you wanted to take. Nothing was online or streamlined and email seemed to be the main reason to have a computer at all. The general mood of the workplace is somber and it feels like everyone is doing three jobs.
great location, great cause
older management, too much unnecessary paperwork, bad work culture
Great Mission - but you realize its all talk when the mission is not even internal
Associate Director of Development (Current Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – May 24, 2017
The work load is fine until you realize that you will take on more and more year after year and will never be properly compensated, and when you ask about advancing you are penalized and told you are being insubordinate. There is no leadership or fairness which is really interesting coming from a organization that suppose to want fair treatment for all.
Assistant National Director (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 7, 2016
It was and still is a leader on human rights. few places have developed the scope of concern, actions and efforts to ensure that all people not just one culture can live well in this country and for that matter through out the world
Office Manager (Former Employee) – Seattle, WA – January 4, 2016
My day consisted of maintaining the office and the supplies we needed to keep it going. I would monitor and processes accounts payable and receivable. There was event planning for large and small events. I scheduled travel for supervisor and completed the expense voucher after her return. I monitored the budgets as well as projected budgets for the coming year.
Information Processing Supervisor (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 6, 2015
I process donations from our donor's that come in via Lock box download, white mail, or transmittal's sent in from our 30 offices across the country. I am also responsible for the up keep of the donor's accounts, address changes, phone numbers, and the changing of their credit card information. I run weekly credit card download's via Convio website. The coworker's here are like family because we have been working so long together. The most enjoyable part of work here is dealing with my coworkers in the regions. They are a good group of people. I have learned a lot from my managers from dedication, better supervisory skills, and being efficient.
boss shows us appreciation, and the amount of days off for holidays.
Organization mission is incedible and very important in the world today
Associate Director of Development (Former Employee) – Boca Raton, FL – September 5, 2014
My day began with calls to my donors and engaging them in the incidents of ADL's day to day alerts. I learned more about the anti-terrorism and extremist activities that ADL was involved in. The management in the New York office was always there to assist us. My colleagues in the Development Team were terrific. They were all very professional and we worked together as a great team. The hardest part of my job was the reporting system that was available to us. The most enjoyable part of my job was building the strong relationships that I developed and those people will always be a part of my life.
Internship (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – May 28, 2014
The day would consist of ice breakers and getting to know the interns. Each supervisor would have a task for each intern and each intern attended a meeting every week. In the meeting interns learned about resume writing, financial aid and college prep.
Summer Intern, Investigations Department (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – October 12, 2012
working at the ADL was like working with your family, everyone was very friendly and willing to help if ever there was an issue. Working for a non profit really opens your eyes to the issues we all face.
family environment, work hand in hand with the community, educate people on the issues we face everyday