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For the LA office. Ignore the positive intern reviews.
Cons ...but all of these workers inevitably leave because: - The pay isn't liveable for Los Angeles. Cost of living adjustments and merit-based increases haven't happened in YEARS. Don't expect it to change while you're there, because... - Everything about the way the place is run is with unbelievable ineptitude. They can't manage their money, which is supposedly mass layoffs in 2019. Why get a job here when you could be laid off at any minute because they didn't budget for your salary (and again, any raises)? When you're interviewed, it's not with the HR Director. (What?? That's right, middle management is left to figure out how to interview and onboard you. No, they are not trained for this.) Then, when you start, you're not given any information about your first day. You don't get any office supplies. One person left a few weeks after I started, so that's how I ended up getting my own tissue box. There's an office administrator who won't even help you replace the printer ink. The IT department wouldn't help us when the website crashed. HR forgot to enroll people in health insurance when they signed up for it. The employee handbook hasn't been updated in over 5 years. Why would you want to work in an environment like this? - The gross incompetence from top-level management will make you want to leave as soon as you get here, so I urge you to not consider this organization for employment. The Board of Directors admit to not knowing any of the staff, the work the organization does, any of the finances, etc. It's been like that for decades, and they won't roll off. The executives in charge are as equally incompetent (if not malicious, in the case of some who are known harassers who failed to be held accountable for their actions, and were rewarded with C-level positions). As you can surmise, there's no one planning a strategic vision for the place. There's no plan to have programs or staff structured in any way - it's all based on the money that they can chase down. Which: - There's no money. People got laid off left and right. Other people left in a mass exodus. In 2019, the staff numbered over 100. Now, there are what, 50? People that had been here decades, or were close to retirement, were laid off because they were too "expensive" to keep. You probably care about being reassured that you'll have a job the next day you come in. You won't find that here. - I know you're probably looking at a job here because you care about people. Maybe you're social justice inclined. If so, don't work here. Not including salary levels so they can lowball you is the first example that they're not actually going to be as meaningful as they say they are. You'll also see that in what I've said earlier: they retain and promote harassers, lay off those who have dedicated decades to the place, haven't raises salaries in YEARS, don't provide opportunities for professional development (there's no money!), and can't even see where your job will be in a year. Run, run fast, and never look back. I thought this job would be a good fit for me, a place I'd stay at for a long time. No one can stay here for very long in good conscience. They're not going to improve, and it's not worth your time.
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