Pros: flexibility, decent, honest individuals doing amazing things, helping people. free coffee, competitve benefit package, a sense of family amongst peers, autonomy.
Cons: a heavy workload, understaffing. compensation as a result of budgeting.
A typical day at work can often be grueling but the best part is that the people I work with and for are wonderful. Being surrounded by these amazing group of folks makes a busy or slow day go by fast. My department consists of a small group however we process pays for thousands. Despite being outnumbered, we make miracles happen every two weeks.
The – more... hardest part of working for a non-profit, which provides Health services paid by the state, is that government budget cuts make it really hard to be compensated fairly or advance throughout the company.
I've learned a great deal about payroll since being here. I have become very fluet in taxation matters since working for the payroll department. – less