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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Washington, DC

    I worked at World Vision (more than an year)


    The people are passionate, caring, hard-working, and very intelligent. They treat you with respect and help you in your career development. The workplace is a good mix of serious and relaxed, but very fast-paced at times. There are lots of optional events to attend and expand your knowledge into different sectors. You can develop very good relationships with all of your co-workers despite the size of the workplace. The gender equity is apparent and appreciated.


    The top-down policies on homosexuality and religion are antiquated. The organization is not very innovative and adaptive. The leadership gives off a conservative and authoritarian vibe. Associates seem like they are expected to work ridiculous hours.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Adapt to the modern world with new policies on homosexuality, religion, technology, proselytizing, etc. Develop your staff enough so that people are not so overworked.

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