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Live in the woods. Feel great about yourself for do-gooding. Nice photo ops. All the benefits of camping trip. LEED certified structures. Great if you enjoy being trapped in by avalanches during winter (some people love such experiences.)
It exemplifies what can be wrong about a non-profit. High staff turn over, under qualified leadership, in-hiring from friends, former employees, and acquaintances rather than hiring based on qualifications or ability. While forcing one to be two hours away from humanity such conditions are unbearable. No recognition of others as human beings, but instead as objects of control for the purpose of asserting authority. Office staff, an hour away, is split between half wonderful, half ghastly but has no idea what it's like on site.
Advice to Management
Hire people who aren't passive aggressive, this is very important. Stop making grand gestures about commitment then back away from commitment. Don't bring on staff you can't afford then try to keep them from starving via small tokens. Accept constructive criticism as a form of your staff caring about the business.