United Way
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About the company

  • CEO
    Lorraine Goddard
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    51 to 200
  • Revenue
    $1M to $5M (USD)
  • Industry
    Nonprofit & NGO
  • Link
    United Way website
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Employees at United Way have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Health insurance
Paid time off
Retirement plan
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
Life insurance
Disability insurance
Employee assistance program
Tuition reimbursement
401k matching
Flexible spending account
Flexible schedule
Parental leave
Professional development assistance
AD&D insurance
Health savings account
On-site gym
Bereavement leave
Mileage reimbursement
Pet insurance

Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 2.3K reviews and is evolving.



Membership Representative in Vienna, VA
on January 2, 2013
I got a chance to work in an office environment where I got to explore many areas of the business world. I had one on one interaction with the clients. I worked closely with other organizations financial statements. Since we worked as a team, it was very easy to get day to day tasks done on time. We worked together and helped each other as a team. The hardest part was to keep track of all the clients and answer all of their issues. We wanted our clients to be happy with our service which is why we worked as a team.
Coordinated Access in Ohio
on May 19, 2022
Management and staff are supportive, there are opportunities occasionally to advance. The most difficult part of the job though is that clients and agencies are abusive and rude; no one outside of United Way cares about you as a person and the agencies client/patient dump on to you.
Information and Referral Specialist in Houston, TX
on May 10, 2022
decent compensationflexible schedule supportive managementpositive community impactclean working environment remote positions availablecareer advancement
RSVP Director- As the Director in Ottumwa, IA
on May 9, 2022
Very strong support of employees with work/life balance issues. I don't now any other place I've worked where management all the way to the top of the organization was so understanding and supportive. They are also progressive and adaptable with training (DEI, for example).
Resource Development in Gurnee, IL
on May 4, 2022
Working here was a very large drain on mental resources. The technology used is old, the fundraising model is out of date, and there is in fighting amongst the departments. The business has rampant favoritism and some higher ups do not respect other workers.

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Interview insights

Insights from 415 Indeed users who have interviewed with United Way within the last 5 years.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Tell us about your experience in this kind of work. What can you teach us about outcome measurement and the redesign of our allocation process?

Shared on August 21, 2020

In the same job on a higher position. Because childhood is the most vulnerable stage in a human beings life, and if we can properly educate the children of today maybe we won't have to punish the adults of tomorrow. Besides my bilingual skills I can also contribute my moral, ethical and family values along with my desire to make a positive impact on someone else's life.

Shared on January 27, 2019

Not really a lot - this was an internship for college.

Shared on April 23, 2018

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