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14 days ago

Global Safety and Security Associate

Chemonics Washington, DC

safety and security department files, managing intranet security pages…

12 days ago

Global Safety and Security Manager

Chemonics Washington, DC

include: * Support the departments objectives to build organizational capacity for corporate safety and security policies; develop and implement…

10 days ago

Security Manager

Chemonics Washington, DC

* Manage regiona…

9 days ago

Project Director

Chemonics Washington, DC

include: * Provide project management oversight, technical implementation, and leadership * Support business development efforts * Provide…

20 days ago

Food Security and Agriculture Director

Chemonics Washington, DC

include: * Overseeing implementation of assigned projects and conceptualizing new strategies to improve aspects of project performance, including…

9 days ago

Chemonics seeks a Security Management Unit manager for its Afghanistan RBU

Chemonics United States

include: * Managing regional incidents and emergencies in collaboration with the Global Safety and Security Department (GSSD) *…

13 days ago

Manager, Afghanistan Security Management Unit

Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: • Manage regional incidents and emergencies in collaboration with… project staff, and GSSD • Manage large subcontracts with security providers… Glassdoor

1 day ago

Payroll associate – new

Chemonics International Washington, DC

include: •Assist in responding quickly and appropriately to requests for support from internal and external clients •Stay abreast of federal, state… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Training and Development Associate

Chemonics International Washington, DC

administrative tasks such as updating the corporate calendar and managing requests… Glassdoor

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    Good company but doesn't know how to retain talent

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    I have been working at Chemonics International full-time


    Good opportunities, good training programs, good mentorship programs, opportunity to move around within the company, plenty of travel opportunities.


    Departments, divisions and regions are running too independently from each other and thus the culture, promotion opportunities, etc. is decided by very few people and up to individual preferences. HR has very little say in terms of enforcing consistency across the company and ensuring people who are "favorites" actually are qualified for promotion or senior staff are not given undue flexibility. This results in:

    - SVPs (themselves inexperienced and having benefited from the lack of standards for promotion or HR oversight) doing whatever they want - promoting buddies and those that go to happy hour with them
    - Experienced, dynamic, multi-lingual, multi-talented mid-level managers leaving the company
    - Useless staff hanging on for dear life to their positions for 15, 20, 25 years - many in support divisions, when they have neither the motivation, dynamism, skills (have B.A.s and no language skills and have never worked anywhere else) to really contribute. They work from home several days a week, show up to claim other people's work once in a while, and are just dead weight for the company as they take home huge salaries in the process and don't contribute accordingly to new business or anything else.
    - On the other hand, kids with 5 years of experience or less, or no other professional experience getting arbitrarily promoted to key senior positions (like new business) with no idea what they are doing - this frustrates qualified staff and results in the company loosing strong people.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Figure out your management structure! Inexperienced staff in key jobs or old timers who have lost all motivation and spend their time relying on their managers' work for huge salaries is not the way to go. Invest in highly motivated, capable, multi-lingual staff who bring industry experience. It's really a shame to let these people bring the company down.

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