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No longer a great place to work....
ASHA pretends to be a great place to work with the lure of work life balance - this does not exist. Individuals are expected to respond to emails evenings, weekends and while on vacation. CEO walks around after core hours and commends people for still being at their desks. The Office does not shut down between Christmas and new years and it is expected that each unit is staffed - meaning that someone is working both Christmas and New Year's Eve. In some cases managers will "take one for the team" and work these days - but in other departments the managers act above it all and insists that lower level staff work these days. I also heard that one department is required to leave signs up in their cubes when they are taking a "personal break". Senior management turns a blind eye to bad managers/directors and make excuses rather than address legitimate staff complaints and concerns. Managers/Directors are not required to uphold ASHA's work/life balance claims by subjectively denying vacation time and/or requiring staff to be on call at all hours to meet arbitrary deadlines. There is no opportunity for growth. The chief staff officers enjoy overseas trips with little accountability on reporting back on the ROI of these trips to membership while rank and file staff are forced to pinch pennies on travel and budgets. No place is perfect but given the trajectory of the current management I would not recommend this association.
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