Fairbanks Native Association
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Fairbanks Native Association

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  • Company size
    201 to 500
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
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Employee in Fairbanks, AK
on April 18, 2021
I enjoyed my co-workers, their passion and dedication to a job where there is continuous turnover and poor pay. The benefits package is good, if you can last the year it takes to get to it. The upper management is oblivious to the struggle of the programs they oversee and it is for that reason the turnover is so high. A little appreciation would go a long way.
Staff in Fairbanks, AK
on March 30, 2021
Wages are low. Confidential info shared during staff meetings is actually not confidential & is reported to the Director. Co-workers are often great.
Primary Educator in Fairbanks, AK
on September 14, 2020
FNA has horrible management in Early Childhood Department and treats employees terribly. There is constantly people leaving due to this and is a high turn around rate in employees, creating a negative culture throughout the Early Childhood Department. Concerns and questions are never answered and this includes safety, not only safety of employees but of the children served. It is not a place I enjoyed working at or would recommend to anyone, there needs to be more accountability in management and more leaders who stand up for what is fair and right. A lot of things are swept under the rug including harassment in the work place and told to just deal with it for "now."
Residential Aide and RA Coordinator in Fairbanks, AK
on May 26, 2020
I've worked at FNA from 2012 to 2020. During that time, the company has experienced a great amount of change and growth and so have I. Working for FNA has been one of the best experiences of my life and I would still be there if I weren't moving out of state.
Residential Aide in Fairbanks, AK
on April 23, 2020
I am comfortable with my job location, the staff and supervisors in charge of the work site. Currently I am continually learning and anxious to become proficient in all aspects of the job. Excellent coworker training included daily. Everyone seems welcoming and inclusive.

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