The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
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About the company

  • CEO
    Russell M. Nelson
    96%
    approve of Russell M. Nelson's performance
  • Founded
    1830
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Nonprofit & NGO
  • Link
    The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints website
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Volunteer Primary teacher in Great Falls, VA
on September 11, 2018
Were as most religious sects pay those that work for them. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints asks for members of the congregation to volunteer. I have been working with the children 18 months-11 years old for over a decade and have loved every minute of it.
Church Service Leader in New York, NY
on May 11, 2022
Working there you are able to accomplish much more than working in other environments. You're free to be yourself, with much assistance offered to assist you with your overall upward progression. You get time to take care of anything family related s you work with persons who have your interest at heart
Custodial Worker in Salt Lake City, UT
on April 26, 2022
I enjoyed working for the church very much. I loved working in a environment where I felt safe in my beliefs. Unfortunately, I left due to some bad management and miscommunication. I was part time and wanted full time but it was ridiculously hard to get the opportunity as seniority plays a HUGE factor in getting promoted to full time. Most of the time it was people who were already full time but wanted a different schedule. It was highly frustrating. My mom is disabled so I had called out of work a lot towards the end of my employment there which led to me being written up for it and only was I informed of being written when it was my final write up before termination. I asked if there was anything they could do for part timers (like FMLA) to help me until my mom got better, they were only able to offer Leave without pay for 15days which put me in an even more difficult situation as I have my own bills to pay too. I was deeply grateful for what they were able to offer but it felt like I was fighting tooth and nail to even get help with my situation either because I was a part timer or worst case scenario they didn’t want me there anymore so they just weren’t too happy offering help. I decided it was time to either switch teams as I felt my lead and supervisor didn’t want me anymore and were tired of my situation (which I never expected anyone for sympathy just patience) or just quit the job in general. I left. I was very bold and honest in my exit interview as I thought it was a safe place to express what improvements could be made and how I felt like I wasn’t wanted and mistreated. Unfortunately that also lead to me now not being able to get a job in the custodial department as I have applied to EVERY position they had and have been rejected for every single one. My advice is to be careful with what you say as some management won’t listen and strongly dislike honest opinions and can look at it as if you are rebelling against them. Just do your job. Don’t go to HR as they will 99% of the time side with management and or blow it off like whatever situation isn’t a big deal. I would recommend working 100% but just be careful of who your management team is and what you say. It’s still a job even though it’s the church’s name and have temple recommend requirements.
Image Auditor in Work from home
on April 20, 2022
Great environment. I loved the purpose of the work; helping people to connect to their family history. It was engaging and challenging. Good leadership. Interesting and intelligent people.
Screen Printer in Salt Lake City, UT
on April 10, 2022
Working with the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is such an amazing opportunity to really get the things done with people who actually are enthusiastically and socially available :)

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Interview Questions

Will you accept this calling? And then you say Yes!

Shared on June 5, 2019

Questions on my physical wellness and worthiness accounting to the commandments from God, as contained in the scriptures.

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Was I worthy to enter the Temple

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