United Nations Development Programme

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What is the most stressful part about working at United Nations Development Programme?

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Development is the continuing and lasting undertake and task. Therefore, it may be needed to be steady and sure, not just being in initiative.

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Not much stressful all the time, only year ends are stressful

Answered - PeopleSoft Techno-Functional Consultant (Current Employee) - New York, NY

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Insecurity situation is the most stressful part, but since it is International level, the UN will get solution of the cases.

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I prefer not to share it here but I would be glad to talk about it in any interview or a meeting with a potential employer or human resource professional.

Answered - Research Specialist (Former Employee) - AF

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Overall exposure to under developed sites and the conditions to which humans are exposed

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Meeting deadlines

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The most stressful part is when the roads are very bad especially in rain seasons when urgent need is expected at the working sites

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Bureaucracy

Answered - Programme and Administrative Associate (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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At the risk place

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Audit and Donor Reporting

Answered - Technical Adminstative Associate (Current Employee) - Bridgetown

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