National Asian Pacific Center on Aging
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    11 to 50
  • Revenue
    $5M to $25M (USD)
  • Industry
    Civic & Social Services
  • Headquarters
  • Link
    National Asian Pacific Center on Aging website
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Contractor in Seattle, WA
on December 24, 2020
National Asian Pacific Center on Aging (NAPCA) is truly an organization serving a very diverse community of older adults across the country. Although its mission is to preserve and promote the dignity, wellbeing, and quality of life of older Asian Americans, it serves other ethnic groups as well. Like many other non-profit organizations, NAPCA has had its share of many challenges in recent years, however, its staff has been able to work through them. As a contract staff at NAPCA, I have seen management and staff work together as a team to resolve many difficult problems. They all give their best to improve on the efficiency of current operational processes. They all work hard towards a common goal which is to transform NAPCA into a more efficient organization. The NAPCA team wants to serve the specific needs of targeted elders the best they can. Therefore, if someone who has a passion to serve the aging population, who is willing to learn new skills and be trained, who is willing to work hard and accept the demanding workload of a non-profit organization, NAPCA is a good place to work. Together, the management and staff of NAPCA can surely make a difference in the world for the older adults.
Anonymous in Seattle, WA
on October 6, 2020
CEO does not understand corporations and does not value knowledge or experience. Several positions have been downgraded, replaced at lower levels, and the new people left very quickly. Has had to upgrade and even create new positions to address the internal issues created and exacerbated by the situation. There is also little to no work-life balance. The executive team expects employees to have no lives and work well over 40 hours a week. The company has great programs for grant enrollees/participants but do not recommend for program or support staff.
Accounts in Seattle
on September 28, 2020
A lot discriination against new staff. Favourism for Philippines and Korean. Fault finding you when you say no to unreasonable request. No matter how good you do the job, you cannot satisfy an emtional CEO and a COO who just know pleasing the CEO to survive 6 to 8 staff left or disappearned in 3 months. Terrible.
Housing Intern Specialist in Oakland, CA
on November 22, 2019
I don't understand why they allow liars & thieves to work for them. They sent me out to a Host Agency whose Supervisor stole my property and ruined my property when I ordered her to return it back to me.
Board of Directors Member in Seattle, WA
on August 24, 2019
NAPCA is a non-profit with a wonderful mission. i didn't work there, I volunteered as a member of the board of directors. It is based on Seattle, WA and it is primarily funded by the Federal Government.

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