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very friendly workplace, managers and supervisors are very supportive. i love CRC and i would definitely recommend this great organization to anyone who wants to work with them. CRC has shown great support to people in this pandemic, they put their lives at risk just to help our community
Training can sometimes be long
Job and site supervisors are good. Corporate structure is complex and difficult to navigate. Lack of communication between departments.
Helping people is worthwhile and appreciated by immediate management and clients. Being part of a team brings comraderie and is energizing. At higher levels there is much confusion and miscommunication, including a high degree of uncertainty and expressed frustration. Working as a contractor rather than a permanent employee makes securing finances and housing difficult, due the potential risk of loss of income.
Team building, travel and new frequent new adventures.
Lack of job security as a contract worker, difficult to secure finances or housing, lack of stability, lack of authority to enact change/fix problems
Management supervisor is terrible. She will make your job a living he'll. I stuck it out for my clients I really enjoyed working with them.That's the only reason I stayed for so long. I felt for the clients.
Loved my clients
Enjoy the camaraderie, the most interesting people from all over the world. You'll go to places you may never have been. If you like to help people this job is for you. 5 stars.
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The most stressful job I’ve ever had because of the HR department alone. Impossible to get a hold of, had me in the system under the wrong name, messed up pay periods, miscommunication at every turn, zero accountability in email threads where no one bothers to sign off with human names. The irony is they just want boots on the ground and only hire the bare minimum of staff to support those in the field; they’re a humanitarian organization that doesn’t actually care about their own workers. The workers responsible for trauma relief itself. Just make a donation and save your sanity.
Working to better humanity
A great place to work... The pay check may not be huge, but the people, and helping people is primary! Comfort each family is our motto, and we excel at this, from small disasters to large.
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Once you’re on the main floor with the core. It’s good. Above and beyond that they’re clueless and prefer to use derogatory language instead of using constructive criticism. If you’re looking to pay your bills...sure, for sure not a place to be long term. They posses an excessive high turnover rate.
Work from home
For a humanitarian org, this place treated me and some of my colleagues terribly. They took on more than they could handle with the Covid-19 response.
your work can make a difference in people's lives
stressful, poor communication from management, missing pay
Be prepared to work with all kinds of personalities. Management non existent until performance reviews, which make little sense particularly when you throw a disaster into the mix. Expectation to drop everything to focus on a natural disaster, (hurricane/tsunami) yet during yearly review, this employee heard nothing but negative comments from one ghost ' manager'. No positives for stepping up, working lots of OT with out pay, learning a new computer system that had been rolled out during a disaster. Loved the coworkers; got along with the whole team. Made life long friends who volunteered in the office.
Genuine, good people at the branch level
Out of touch management. Lots of big egos.
Good company to work at. As most of the times you will be deployed to manage emergency situation so the job can get challenging and stressful. Company take good care of it's employees.
Most jobs are temporary/casual
Wonderful interview! It was a very thorough interview with challenging situation scenarios. It takes a lot of courage and confidence to work here but I am sure it will be worth it. Highly recommend working here.
Great interview. Noble humanitarian organization.
The Red Cross operates according to rigid hierarchy. It's a very middle class culture & many employees aspire to higher positions in the organization so there's lots of competition. There is little to no transparency on the part of management. Nobody can speak honestly about internal problems. Donors must be protected at all costs from hearing about internal issues. The pay is ok, the work is meaningful but they really work their people too hard & provide little to no training.
You get to meet lots of wonderful volunteers.
Toxic internal culture. Old school patriarchal style management. No transparency.
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 worked part time for a few months then was asked to work full time. the company cannot keep women so they beg you to take hrs. at one point i was working 60 hrs a week... driving all over the area wher i lived. the operators who book you are really pushy in fact i would say they bully you into doing more hrs. i became super stressed and felt i couldnt say no. theres no protection as a worker..you dont know who or what situation you will walk into. dead people in their homes, nasty people. people smoking pot while you are trapped in their apt...really terrible. almost dangerous. so many women leave the pay hasnt changed in over ten yrs even tho theres a union. dont do it.....
you work alone
theres no support they dont care if u are stressed or scared