Management participates in major favoritism. Poor on-the- ground leadership.
Contract Worker (Former Employee) – United States – November 12, 2017
The mission of this organization is outstanding. However, disaster relief management, based in the US needs a lot of work. Certain lead staff participates in favoritism and extremely bias behavior. Little to no professional protocol. Overall, leadership has very little diversity. HR department does not support lower-level staff effectively. HR just goes along with whatever upper management says.
Organization really does help a lot of people in need.
Leadership has poor management skills. Needs to be more culturally and racially diverse, especially in management.
Save the Children is a great place to work at. The people are friendly and courteous and everyone shares the mission of Save the Children, to provide assistance to the disadvantaged children in the world.
Save the Children does a lot of good both within the US and abroad. Their employees are passionate and driven to make the world a better place for children and their families. Their main focus is to give every child and their family the best opportunity to survive and succeed in society.
PROJECT ASSISTANT (Current Employee) – Burao – October 17, 2017
Frankly speaking, during my staying at Save The children, I learnt more about teamwork, hardworking with under pressure and meeting on deadlines. SCI has high hierarchy and leadership style which other NGO may learn and benefit and complexity working culture in terms of sophistication and one-to-one working style.
Being in Field Mission in where government has no impact with UCT is most difficult because of being vulnerable to every eager one.
CHANGE Coordinator (Former Employee) – Yeaddiss, KY – September 24, 2017
Preparing nutritional snacks for children. Teaching and observing children playing games and activities to keep them healthy. I learned each child is different. I loved working and being with the children.
Country Director (Former Employee) – Dominican Republic – September 1, 2017
Excellent, challenging, always cutting edge. Committed employees; influential board. works in tandem with other Saves around the world. International and local focus. Very committed to the rights of children based on UN rights of the child.
very value driven
strengthen strategic planning. Easily to work on too many things
Fundraiser (Former Employee) – Manhattan, NY – August 30, 2017
My responsibilities was standing outside asking people for donations and also asking people to be a mentor, or a sponsor for a child who is suffering from poverty in poor countries. The hardest part of the job is standing 8-9 hours a day in the hot sun asking people to help. They were times that certain people curse me out. The enjoyable part is that I help save and got someone to sponsor a little girl from Haiti.
Internship (Former Employee) – Baladīyat Ţarābulus – August 22, 2017
working for save the children was a rewarding and fun experience. I enjoyed talking to kids and encouraging them to fulfill their potential. I was able to make a difference in kids life which was more rewarding than anything I've ever done.
EHS Teacher (Former Employee) – Alexandria, LA – August 16, 2017
I enjoyed working at Save the Children. The work environment was very pleasant and the workers were very friendly. I enjoyed the parents and the children that I worked with. I also enjoyed spending time with my coworkers. The hours that I worked were good, but sometimes inconvenient.
member of Emergency Response Team (Former Employee) – Indonesia – July 26, 2017
A very professional working environment. Working systems are well structured. A multicultural working environment with many friendly colleagues. All benefits, allowance, insurance, holidays, etc. are properly paid.
NuPa Coordinator (Former Employee) – Grand Junction, TN – June 16, 2017
Trying to help the students with weight and the importance of good eating. I also got a chance to go to Washington D.C to the white house to tell them about the job that I do with the kids in a rural community,.