- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I have been working at One Legacy full-time (More than 5 years)
You are able to go to work everyday, regardless of what position you hold with the company, and know that you are making a difference and contributing to a live-saving mission. Oftentimes you are able to see, firsthand, the impact you are making in the lives of many others, whether donor families, transplant recipients, or those waiting for a life-saving organ. If you work hard, there is great opportunity for upward mobility. They compensate employees well with salary and benefits packages, including a great 403b retirement fund.
You deal with death and dying every day, and it can take its toll if you don't have a way to decompress. It can be difficult at times to strike a good work/life balance, but it is up to the individual to set boundaries and ensure they are not over-committing.
Advice to Management
Continue to seek feedback from employees to improve processes and keep morale at high levels.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Helpful (1)Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. I interviewed at One Legacy (Los Angeles, CA).
Applied for job from online application. Received a phone call several days later to set up interview at downtown Los Angeles office. I was interviewed by a single manager. The interview lasted around 45 minutes of was not stressful. The manager was engaging and really seemed interested in what I had to say. I was asked to complete a second interview at one of their remote locations and was interviewed by two people, also both very personable. They asked my typical questions such as "Tell us about yourself," "What makes you the best candidate for this job?" "How do you handle stress," etc. I was called the next day and offered the job.
- I can not think of any really difficult or unexpected questions. The one I like the least is "What difficulties have you encountered in past projects and how did you solve the problems?" Answer Question
No negotiation. In filling out the application I was asked to put my salary expectations. It was low so I was offered $7,000 above that which was great. If was offered that amount and accepted.
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