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AARP CEO Jo Ann Jenkins
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    Current Employee - Director in Washington, DC
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    I have been working at AARP full-time (More than 3 years)

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    AARP is one of the few places that still has a pension plan and also offers a 401K.


    AARP is too top heavy with upper management. They need more doers and thinkers and need to give that staff the support it requires to keep employees enthusiastic about their jobs. They do not often promote from within, though they claim they prefer to. If you are lucky enough to be promoted from in, they cap off your monetary promotion at 10%. So an outside candidate is likely to be paid much more for the same position you would have been promoted into.

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    eliminate some of the extra managers and get a balanced set of workers in place. Fewer decisions makers will make for more effective time management.

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