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Marketing Realtionship Executive

Chamber Of Commerce Worcester, England

You will need to encourage members to maximise their interaction with the Chamber including the use of services - following up actions where…

30 days ago

Director, European Affairs

US Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC

Manage a broad portfolio of programs and activities to meet member demands and advance the Chamber’s thought leadership; help develop policies and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Director, Issue Networks

US Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC

Represent CCC as a thought leader on women’s economic empowerment through public speaking and writing; develop partnerships with nonprofits… Glassdoor

23 days ago

Legal Intern - US Chamber Litigation Center and Office of the General Counsel

U.S. Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is the worlds largest business organization, representing the interests of more than 3 million businesses of all sizes… U.S. Chamber of Commerce

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Executive Director, Membership Sales

US Chamber of Commerce Irving, TX

Solicit annual membership dues, to include following up on invoices and billing; persuade members to contribute funds to the Chamber’s special… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Manager, Corporate Relations

US Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC

Obtain appointments for senior managers and executive directors by calling prospective and current member companies; conduct follow-up with companies… Glassdoor

6 days ago

Senior Manager, Meetings and Special Events

US Chamber of Commerce Washington, DC

Plan on-site and off-site meetings for internal clients; negotiate vendor services and contracts; prepare and manage event budgets; complete site… Glassdoor

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US Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Thomas J. Donahue
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23 Ratings

    A Great Place to Learn the Association World, but Bound by Old School Thinking

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    Former Employee - Director in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Director in Washington, DC

    I worked at US Chamber of Commerce full-time (more than 3 years)


    There's a lot of prestige that comes with the Chamber name. It's a heavyweight in Washington, and it means something to people.
    There are a lot of smart people who work at the Chamber and it's a great environment to learn from those people.
    They cover lots of issues, basically every issue, and in a shared services department (like I was in), you get to learn a lot about several issues.


    As others have mentioned, it's very bureaucratic. What's frustrating is you hear about exceptions to the bureaucracy, so sometimes it feels aimed at most of the staff, but not everyone. You learn who the exceptions are quickly.
    The work life balance is entirely dependent on your department and manager. In my experience, if you let them, they will walk all over you. Be protective of your work life balance and try not to yield.
    I had a reasonably good experience there. But I have seen other people who had a decidedly different experience. It's a very gossip-heavy environment and there are winners and losers.
    Would I recommend the Chamber to a friend? Not sure. It depends highly on the person you are working for and the people in the department. There's too many variables among departments to make a fair determination.

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    Promotions should be on merit, not on tenure or popularity.
    Be more transparent about strategy and give people the opportunity to feel like part of the process, not just a cog in the machine.
    HR has too much power and individual managers need to be empowered to take the action that best accommodates their needs. It's a large organization and some of the policies make it far too centralized.

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