This used to be the best place to work. Staff are amazing and even though the job is stressful, we had fun every day doing what we loved. After a major reorg in 2017, things have gone downhill. Donations are down but instead of removing the CEO and other VPs responsible, they let go over 30 people. Things didnt improve so in May 2019 they let go over 30 people again. Those who were let go (for the most part) weren't the problem with the down turn. If you have a poor sports team, you fire the manager, not the players!
There is a toxic work environment where people are afraid to express their opinions. Preferential treatment is given to those who pander to VPs, who are not necessarily working the hardest or producing results.
Working overtime is required but not necessarily appreciated. Years of service should be respected but are not.
More feedback needs to be elicited from those who do the actual work, not the directors/VPs. Until a few key leaders are removed from this org, I would not recommend.
good vacation benefits, moderate pay and benefits, casual work environment (casual dress, ability to work from home), free parking, close to 401, restaurants nearby
CEO and certain VPs, no stability, lack of trust, inability to advance, no budget for education/courses, promoting/hiring staff with little experience