Questions and Answers about American Cancer Society

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at American Cancer Society.

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What is the work environment and culture like at American Cancer Society?


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Good Morale, More silos with less collaboration

Answered - Director of Donations and Data Processing (Former Employee) - Oklahoma City, OK

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Constantly watching your back and wondering if you are going to be let go.

Answered - Community Development Manager (Current Employee) - Culver City, CA

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High stress! Staff are often given goals that are unattainable. Layoffs loom so constantly. If you interview, ask how many layoffs have occurred in that office? Be specific.


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Right now the life has been sucked out of the organization. Its deflated, and I would only suggest working here if you are desperate.

Answered - Assistant Manager (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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Very friendly atmosphere, and a respectable place.

Answered - Desk Clerk (Former Employee) - Gainesville, FL

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The work environment is very depressing and everyone does not know if they will have a job from one day to another. Revolving door atmosphere.

Answered - Team Supervisor (Current Employee) - Austin, TX

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Very friendly

Answered - Volunteer (Former Employee) - Homewood, IL

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Everyone seems stressed all the time.

Answered - Coordinator, Division Office & Event Support (Former Employee) - Philadelphia, PA

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Everybody wants to be in charge, so I did not notice much room for growth.

Answered - Office Coordinator (Contractor) (Former Employee) - Hauppauge, NY

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