The culture of this organization is very different than most companies. There is both a political and management hierarchy to please. The staff is well trained and extremely committed to the principles of providing service to the members. The problem is there is no possibility of a balance of home,family, and work. The hours expected are 40 - 60 - more ... per week, sometimes 12- 16 hours a day. The hardest part of the job is trying to please all of the leaderships that you have to work with. - less
ProsThe trainig is available for all aspects, salary, and benefits.
ConsThe time commitment to do the best job and the lack of appreciation for the job the staff does.