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Laura Walker
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    Could be more professional

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    Former Employee - Project Manager in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Project Manager in New York, NY
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    I worked at WNYC Radio full-time (More than 3 years)


    The producing staff is extremely dedicated to their work and creative. It's exciting to work in conjunction with the creative staff.


    Executive Management, especially the President and CEO, are lacking in professionalism. There are endless group meeting to discuss issues because the President is incapable of delegating or allowing her staff to determine the best course of action. Salaries are extremely low, not at all competitive even for a non-profit, excepting those of the Senior Dept. Heads and the President/CEO, who is paid far higher than others in the same position in a Highly Successful Commercial Company. There is little respect exhibited by the President and CEO for the private lives of her employees. She consistently schedules early morning meetings for the staff and then arrives two hours late and expects everyone to work into the night in order to accommodate her unpredictable schedule. Very bad time management and use of human resources.

    Advice to Management

    My advice, especially to the President and CEO, would be to skip the consensus building, make a decision and take full responsibility for its success or its failure.

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