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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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9/80 work schedule, great people, lots of parties (birthday, baby & bridal showers, etc.), great benefits (401K, pension plan, PTO, medical, dental, vision, gym reimbursement, Metro, etc), great building, good Café food and prices
Kronos as timesheet software, one Director that's omnipotent, EmPerform as performance review software is a bit overkill, long Café cashier lines, frustrating elevator buttons, unmarked no parking zones
Advice to Management
Like anywhere, mgmt should definitely solicit and listen to its staff that are actually carrying out policies before changing them: we have so many workgroups, committees and task forces w/ little info as to when they meet or what their results are, and then boom, an updated policy
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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The process took a week – interviewed at California Endowment (Los Angeles, CA) in March 2011.
There was immediate response to application and thorough communication on the status of the position. Interview was casual, informative, friendly. I was strongly advised that any inconsistencies found on resume and application with background checks would immediately disqualify me, which is normal, and I didn't have any. But just saying, don't even think about it! Second interview was setup immediately. Different interviewing style, more informative. Both interviews expressed their primary concern being personality and work ethic fit over qualifications, skills, and experience.
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The California Endowment awards grants to health care providers in the Golden State. Funding is directed to not-for-profit organizations, particularly those that work with the state's poor and underserved communities, as well as studies of the state's health care industry. Its advocacy interests include health care access, culturally competent health systems, and elimination of health disparities. A private foundation, The California Endowment has awarded more than $1.5 billion in grants since it was established in 1996. It has regional offices in Fresno, Los Angeles...