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Confidential (Former Employee) –  Washington, DCJuly 13, 2018
I would say the NFLPA was an OK job. It gives you an overview of what goes on behind the scenes with the players as well as organizations. If you plan on working in sports forever I would suggest it. The PA definitely opened my eyes to sports which drove me to the realization that this isn't what I really want to do.
Pros
Cool work environment with great benefits
Cons
Low pay for the Washington, DC area. Can be like a fraternity at times, very clickish
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Senior Director of Player Affairs & Development (Former Employee) –  Washington, DCApril 14, 2018
A typical day in the NFLPA is waiting for a crisis and issue management. There is little strategic planning and a lot of reactive practice to NFL decisions. The atmosphere is professional and low key. There is a lot of busy work. Titles are important especially for Middle Management. There are few opportunities for advancement in position.
Pros
Sports Environment
Cons
Sports Environment
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answers for the none beleivers
balance staffing (Former Employee) –  Oakland, CAJanuary 29, 2018
A typical day is great working for these people
I've learned all types of new strategies
Management is great there
the culture is awesome raider nation if you didnt know
The hardest part of the job would be ignoring the slackers
the most enjoyable part is when our team wins
Pros
n/a
Cons
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Creative job exploration camp for financially challenged youth 13-21 yo.
Camp Nurse (Former Employee) –  Winchendon, MAMay 15, 2014
Served as camp nurse; provided first aid and provided health care to ill/injured camp members. Strong team effort by all staff.
Pros
Strong team work.
Cons
Sessions 10 days each. Burn out factor prevails with staff at times.
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Outstanding Work-life Balance
Players Trust Intern (Current Employee) –  Washington, DCMay 5, 2014
Amazing company culture
Office atmosphere is casual and relaxed
Provide continuous professional development
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I love working for the NFL
Access Media Logistics (Former Employee) –  New Orleans, LANovember 9, 2013
Excellent job for meeting and helping people and enjoying the great outdoors
Pros
NFL Uniforms, Great Pay, Easy Work
Cons
Seasonal Positions Only
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Fun, but productive workplace
Player Services Intern (Current Employee) –  Washington, DCJune 12, 2012
I love working here. It's not your typical internship. The people here actually help you learn, mentor you, and get you ready to be whatever you want to be in life. Since I have been here, I have sat down and talked with everyone in my department. They talked to me about their goals and how they ended up where they are now. It's still very early in the job, but I predict that this will be a great summer.
Pros
best kitchens ever w/ free coffee! hour lunches!
Cons
none!
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