Written by Brand Ambassador (Former Employee) from New York, NY on September 18, 2018
A typical day consists of standing outside in highly populated spaces trying to get people to sign up and sponsor a child in an underdeveloped country. Not an easy job, more mentally rewarding than financially.
What do employees say about DialogueDirect's culture and work-life balance?
Written by Summer Intern (Former Employee) from San Francisco, CA on August 10, 2018
And its not easy. The overall culture and style of management was super competitive. The job itself is not as bad as you would think, people are rude and can be brash with you. But you learn a lot about yourself and how to communicate effectively with other people. Some of the managers are better than others, a good experience overall. Additionally - more...
Good skills acquired, paid well (if you're good), kind employees, intense culture
Intense culture, high turnover, most people rude or mean, fundraising difficult