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Manager, Account Receivable

National Urban League New York, NY

The National Urban League seeks a Manager, Accounts Receivable in the Finance department. The Manager is responsible for the financial management… National Urban League


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Ministry to Internationals Intern

Urban Nations Jackson Heights, NY

Urban Nations is a non-profit ministry in New York City that reaches out to immigrants from South Asia and West Africa. Urban Nations manages… Urban Nations


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    Urban League of San Diego

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    Former Employee - Anonymous in San Diego, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous in San Diego, CA

    I worked at National Urban League as a contractor (less than an year)

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    Honestly, there were about two people in the entire office that I enjoyed working with. The rest were very unprofessional. My pay rate was what I had asked when hired on.

    Cons

    Where to start...this chapter of the Urban League in San Diego is supposedly undergoing a restructuring but if this is what it has been restructured to, I'm afraid to see what's going to happen in the future. I was hired on temporary to assist in the office with one of their largest events of the year and it was a complete disorganized mess. There is a huge amount of miscommunication on all ends and professionalism in this environment is nonexistent. I can't make phone calls to clients without hearing someone screaming or sometimes cursing down the hall or people coming into the President's office and socializing loudly with the door open. It's rude and inconsiderate to those trying to finish task. I have worked for many other nonprofit organizations and have never dealt with a group who didn't care about their brand or collective image. The staff and managment clearly need training on how to effectively run a nonprofit. A few people in the office were also under qualified for the job in my opinion. But in my short time here (since it was a contracted job) I learned a lot about what to not do in this field I'm pursuing.

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    Start zeroing in on the local chapters because based on my experience and the experiences that others have shared on Glassdoor, they're giving the national name a bad rep in our communities.

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