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8 days ago

U.S. Policy and Advocacy Summer 2015 Law Student Intern- Washington, D.C.

Center for Reproductive Rights Washington, DC

The Center's U.S. Policy and Advocacy Program is looking for enthusiastic, resourceful and highly organized law student interns with a commitment to… Glassdoor


10 days ago

Federal Policy Spring 2015 Law Student Intern

Center for Reproductive Rights Washington, DC

The Center's Federal Policy team is looking for an enthusiastic, resourceful and highly organized law student intern in the Washington, D.C. area… Glassdoor


13 days ago

Global Legal Program Spring 2015 Law Student Intern

Center for Reproductive Rights New York, NY

The Center's Global Legal Program is looking for an enthusiastic, resourceful and highly organized legal intern with a commitment to reproductive… Glassdoor


9 days ago

Global Legal Program Undergraduate Spring Intern

Center for Reproductive Rights New York, NY

The Center's Global Legal Program (GLP) collaborates with women's rights organizations and advocates around the world to promote and defend… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Manager of the Office of the President

The Center for Reproductive Rights New York, NY

Job Title:Manager of the Office of the President Department:Office of the Presdient Job Posted On: November 5, 2014 Center Background: Founded in… Glassdoor


19 days ago

Legal Fellow, USLP

Center for Reproductive Rights New York, NY

The Center works across the globe on issues including access to life-saving obstetrics care, contraception, abortion services, and comprehensive… Glassdoor


21 days ago

Director of Budget and Reporting

Center for Reproductive Rights New York, NY

Center Background: Founded in 1992, the Center for Reproductive Rights (the Center) is a non-profit organization that promotes women's equality… Glassdoor


7 days ago

Legal Assistant for Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean, Global Legal Progr

The Center for Reproductive Rights New York, NY

Job Title: Legal Assistant for Asia and Latin America and the Caribbean, Global Legal Program Department: GLP Job Posted On: 15 December, 2014 Center… Glassdoor


12 days ago

Bogota Law Student Spring Intern

Center for Reproductive Rights Bogota

Internship Objectives: This internship seeks to engage current law students with the Center's work. During the internship, the student will take on… Glassdoor


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    Another traveler through the revolving door of the Center.

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    I worked at The Center for Reproductive Rights full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    * Very good benefits package
    * Mission and work to be proud of

    Cons

    Despite the great benefits and the great mission, the internal atmosphere at the Center is one of fear and dysfunction. And despite the feminist mission of the organization, there is a surprising hostility toward/lack of flexibility where issues of work/life balance are involved. There is a neurotic, perfectionist culture from the top down that makes it very difficult to get anything done----the attitude of 'nothing is ever good enough' and constant criticism equates to terrible employee morale and shackles employees to interminable little projects that will never be completed to their supervisors' content. Communication from management tends to be very poor, and when it leads to problems, lower- and mid-level employees are chronically blamed for the outcome, contributing to the revolving door problem at the organization (tip: if interviewing there, ask how long everyone has been on the team, or how many people have occupied the position for which you are interviewing in recent year---the answer will be revealing.)

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    You look for and hire the most intelligent people----continue to treat them with respect and humanity, like the intelligent, capable, accomplished people that they are----after they start working with you. The distrust, criticism, and negativity that many employees feel in their interaction with management is causing you to lose a lot of great people.

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