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Donald S Falk
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    Former Employee - Manager in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Manager in San Francisco, CA


    Great mission and many passionate, committed employees. Fiscally solid. Good training budget for individual employees. Great benefits. Great Exec Dir.


    The vision and values of the ED often don't trickle down to upper management. For example, the ED encouraged communication, innovation, and collaboration but I experienced many cases where directors got in the way of these things or actively discouraged them. I heard this from other staff as well. Some supervisors are intense micro-managers; others are completely hands off. Some staff have work loads that are outrageously huge and some departments have lots of staff turnover.

    Advice to Management

    Support staff in having more reasonable work schedules. Plan the timing and roll out of new initiatives more effectively so that staff don't get frustrated and confused.

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