Boy Scouts of America
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Stay away from this place. Do not waste your life here. You will be popular one second and think you have a secure job and in a blink of an eye you will be informed your services are no longer needed. Here today gone tomorrow. Rumors O plenty of layoffs... two days later you are the one laid off with many others. Its a very insecure company to work for. They are heartless.

Answered May 3, 2020

Whether your Council produces raises depends on the board & Scout Executive.
Management is the key to a positive and effective work environment. If you have the opportunity to engage with your supervisors before accepting any position within the council ... do it! I wish I would have ... ALSO - I suggest taking a look at the local council’s employee turnover rate ... that also says a lot about the management you will be under.

Answered June 19, 2019

Minimum of 40 hours per week, your schedule. There are certain required meetings to attend, but otherwise you're responsible to achieve the goals by working whatever hours are necessary. I worked three straight 80 hour weeks and was told I wasn't working hard enough.

Answered January 4, 2019

The benefits that the company gave me was the chance to interact with young adolescents and teaching them how to cope and deal with life on life situations as of Boy Scout leader.

Answered December 10, 2017

Actually provide growth opportunities, instead of keeping people in boxes.

Answered July 3, 2018

The position was for a defined contract period.

Answered December 10, 2017

The future is bright with the addition of girls to the whole program!

Answered March 13, 2019

I feel great when I tell people that I worked for the Boy Scouts of America. I was a scout at the same time I was working for them. So telling my experience is something I am fond of.

Answered December 17, 2018
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