Quelle est la politique en termes de congés payés chez Habitat For Humanity?
There was no vacations do to the fact I was only there for a 6 month term
Depends upon the position. ReStore employees will most likely have a fixed work schedule. Part-time employees may work 3 days per week (set schedule), with possible on-call availability. Full-time employees will have set times and hours, unless altered on occasion by management. The manager may allow for time off if needed. Employees will most likely have to work Saturdays, and some Sundays as well. The manager's hours are typically more flexible, as he / she can take off random days, and make up for them at other times. Office employees probably have more flexible hours than ReStore workers.
Depends upon the day and the time, and also upon the location of the ReStore. The pace would also be set by the type of job as well. Fridays and Saturdays are typically busy in the retail side of the store. Lunchtime (later mornings and early afternoons) can be hectic as customers will be coming in on their breaks. If there are a lot of items from the company truck, then warehouse work can be busy and crowded. Typical work days are a mix of moderately slow, moderately busy, and outright hectic. Sometimes you will have to juggle multiple responsibilities at once, especially if co-workers want to dump more stress on you. One may have to deal with long customer line-ups, constant phone calls, directing volunteers, assisting other employees, checking drop-off donations, item loading / carry-outs, as well as multiple customer questions and concerns all at once. If you are a 'middle worker' (not manager and not an entry level employee), you will have to do all of this, plus office administration work.
Work environment can be busy and hectic, depending on the location of the ReStore and the people you may have to deal with. Sometimes the work can be fast-paced and grueling. Like many other charitable corporate ventures, the ReStore will promote and advertise respect and inclusion, but the results may be completely opposite. It depends upon the tone set by the manager.
If a job became available, and I needed a position of employment. The principle of the cause is good, but the work interest would be based on money. One has to make money to live, and therefore work to make money.