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Jennifer L. Howse
40 Ratings

    Good Organization, Great Mission, Horrible Business Operations

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    March of Dimes has a great mission to help save the lives of babies. The actual work I did was fulfilling and impactful and I really enjoyed working with our volunteer leaders. They do offer a generous amount of vacation time, but due to your work load, it's hard to take advantage of it.


    The organization is very outdated in their operations. Most staff are micromanaged and not empowered to do the job in which they were hired to do. Highly pressured, overworked, and most employees get burned out in nearly 2 years. Top-level management stick together and ignore concerns from lower level staff members, thus you have a high turnover rate of employees. Unrealistic fundraising goals.

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    Invest more money in media and communications to bring greater awareness to the brand and mission of the March of Dimes from a national level. Many people still do not know what the organization does. Get more young qualified talent in the National Office and top leadership position, and show a genuine concern and investigate employee concerns and the high turnover rates in various chapters.

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