Desert Aids Project Employee Reviews

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Great family atmosphere and Teamwork
Phlebotomist (Former Employee), Palm Springs, CAJanuary 7, 2015
Pros: great place to work and get involved with the community at large.
Cons: lower quality of healthcare in the past, and relentless chief program officers in the past
Even though the Desert AIDS Project appears to be a very compassionate place that is known for huge fund-raisers and awards banquets, and thrives to stay on top of the HIV/AIDS problems that face many of our population, it's weakness is in the upper management team. There have been many problems with the inconsistent variety of upper management employees hired to achieve and maintain Quality Assurance.
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Good experiance
Computer Technician (Former Employee), Palm Springs, CAMay 18, 2012
I was here as an externship, had a really good experiance at DAP, learned a lot from networking to maintaining a companies IT.