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Très bien de travaillé chez la quoi rouge Canadienne c’est une vraie famille.En aide les autres personnes dans le besoin,Très valorisant comme travail Jusqu’à nos jours j’aime beaucoup travaillé avec eux
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To put it simply a lot of old ways and resistant to change. The philanthropy team is led by a bully with his flying monkeys. Leadership should consider diversity. Too many of the same faces. CRC needs to change drastically!
A lot of bullies. It might be time to revise your anti-bullying policy.
I enjoy working with the whole staff at Employers Options. They are readily available should I have concerns or questions regarding an assignment and have always tried to place me into positions where I can possibly be hired as a regular employee.
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The red Cross has by far been my favorite place to work as a fundraiser. Management always gives helpful feedback. Benefits for full-time permanent employees. Most importantly it's okay if you don't get a donor because working directly for a charity like the Red Cross means that they're looking for Quality Doner above quantity of illness.
During my work experience at this Red Cross location during a stressful time in the City of Calgary, the gossip, administrative dysfunction, lack of nonbiased and cultural insensitivity were extensive. Lack of compassion and empathy was incredible. It was such a shock as the Red Cross has an international reputation of a humanitarian organization. That they demonstrate and embrace value-based leadership- regrettably, the Calgary location does not.
Some of the staff and many of the clients
Disfunctional leadership and their promotion and validation of gossip
My job was to teach first aid and train life guards. I had to maintain current qualifications which meant training as a group underneath a leader. The job itself is independent, creating scenarios, presenting information, evaluating trainees, etc. I enjoyed the freedom of my courses.
One would think the Red Cross is a great organization to work for. that may be the case in larger areas. It was a thoroughly disappointing experience to work here. Management is awfully disorganized, rigid, has no knowledge of front line work conditions, (or just doesn't care), and is incapable of making decisions. Extensive travel within a 2-3 hour radius is frequent and expected despite safety concerns. There is a severe staff shortage and existing workers are expected to pick up all the extra work. There does not seem to be any concern for non-essential program worker safety during unsafe times. New employee training is extensive and a little overwhelming. Great benefits, even for part-time employees, and human resources is very helpful.
You have to smile Be friendly Convince people to donate Be ready for rejection. Do not take it personal when people say no!! Be even avaibke to communicate the cause and get people to donate Be patient
You can chill a lot
Sometimes people do not donate and this can cause frustration
Institución ordenada y disciplinada en la que aprendí a planificar y evaluar mi gestión con mucho profesionalismo. Al ser clases individuales las que realicé me permitió centrar el aprendizaje en las capacidades y dificultades de cada persona y ver las formas de enfrentar los procesos segun las condiciones que se presentaban , debiendo adquirir habilidades de flexibilidad y adaptabilidad.