Questions and Answers about American Heart Association

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Flexible hours

Answered - Mobile Phlebotomist (Former Employee) - Farmington Hills, MI

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Allow local staff genuine input in goal-setting, including revenue structure and community outreach. Staff should be regarded as more than just implementers of affiliate and national goals and programs. Many times they don’t match what needs to happen in a market. As a result, staff often feel like they’re on a money- and metrics-driven treadmill and there are no real or meaningful wins. It’s time to change the business model.


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Offer more support and training.

Answered - Development Specialist (Current Employee) - Tennessee

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Streamline your management, get rid of some layers and start focusing on the mission of the organization locally. If you provide local services, that are tangible and people can see what AHA does, the funding will follow.

Answered - Corporate Market Director (Current Employee) - Lubbock, TX

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Make the goals more attainable.

Answered - Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) - Manchester, NH

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Treat employees with more respect, not like children. Pay according to industry standards.

Answered - Technology Support Specialist (Current Employee) - Richardson, TX

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I have nothing but praises for the management at the AHA.

Answered - Quality Improvement Director (Former Employee) - Jackson, MS

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