Disappointed in my overall experience, though I manage to find others in the organization who believe doing their Best is better than just doing their job.
Levels of mid-management increasing has been bad for workers. There are unsupportive, silo-ed teams in many areas throughout the organization. And recent changes are creating lots of chaos. Seems apparent that mid-management does not trust the employees, leaving the majority of the staff feeling lackluster and contributing only the minimum to their roles. Only new staff seems to be "alive" with ideas. Though we are all encouraged to think out of the box, we are not empowered nor supported when we do so.
If you are a young person, and want to add this to your resumé and gain the experience of working for a large non-profit who operates like any large, cumbersome organization, come on. If you are looking for a place to contribute during your pre-retirement years, and have found your career fulfillment already, come on. If you are an employee who wants to be able to engage fully and grow and expand in your position, I don't recommend it, as your efforts will not gain you advancement nor additional pay.
Strong recommendation f you want to work here – ask for more than they offer at the beginning – because you won't see it in raises through the years.
Insurance plans, 401k contributions, paid time off, health-centric, mission-driven
mid-management; 20% doing 80% work; competitive atmosphere