Good People Management limited
Network for Good is all about who you work for. Depending on the manager (which can change frequently due to restructuring) you can either advance and enjoy autonomy. Or you will be micro managed and have to explain every decision.
From a social aspect, its a great place to work. People are friendly, there are often happy hours, and people generally like each other. However the leadership has tunnel vision. They hire consultants who are supposed to parrot back that the current agenda/business plan is the best way to go. If the consultant offers a different opinion, they ignore it and find a way to limit their role until the consultant leaves. NFG likes to look good in the media and the world, but the leadership has very little interest in listening to the "worker bees" or what their customers are saying. Why spend $100k on a technology improvement that would make life easier for both the staff and customer when you could run a promotion with Clinique or Warner Bros that would put NFG in the spotlight?
non management staff is great, very social. allowed to work from home often
leadership has short sided vision. very limited opportunity to advance.