Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids – Washington, DC
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I worked at Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids full-timePros
The work-life balance is very good, in fact, if you are an assistant they expect very little of you.Cons
The pay is just awful but that is to make up for the fact that they overpay the old-timers. As well, if you are an assistant, expect to be treated as if you are mentally incompetent. The junior staff has little respect for assistants that have been here for years but upper management actually encourages this sort of behavior.
As an assistant, there will be no value seen by others here in what you do. Be prepared to be pushed aside or even just ignored and if you do come work here it will be easier on you if you remove yourself from any other belief other than this is a paycheck. You will not be valued, you are a body and nothing more.Advice to ManagementAdvice
You have great people working for you and others that are not so great. There is a massive divide between the haves and haves not here and for an organization that preaches equality and freedoms you are far from that in your own operations. In fact, I believe that you are making Republicans look more socially liberal in regards to workforce equality.
It is a shame that you hire children and pay no attention to the administrative staff that has been here for years. You should listen to their advice and actually value them as people. Everyone on staff comes and goes as they please but you treat the administrative staff, as if they are East Berlin line workers in 1961.Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookDisapproves of CEO