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I worked at Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (Less than a year)
Most people were had good intentions and were well meaning and believe in what they are doing. Friendly. Good benefits.
Little work life balance (work nights & weekends + 9-5), low salary, 95% of the jobs are fundraising. Most of the people get their first job out of college because they don't know what it means to make a decent salary or have normal hours. Also non-profits tend to be slow to adept to change, thus are stuck using inefficient systems and fundraising methods that "work" rather than adapting and allowing for creativity. All of the above result in a high turnover rate.
Advice to Management
Take a stand for work/life balance of employees and coach them around growth opportunities.