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I have been working at Donorworx full-time for less than a year
Pros – What makes donorworx special? Quite simply the extraordinary people who join the donorworx community. It takes a very special person to do what we do and our recruitment department invests a lot of time to ensure that our teams are made up of exceptional individuals. We are constantly there for each other, motivating, supporting, celebrating and fighting each day to be the voice of the children and communities that we serve.
Cons – Finding giving, compassionate sponsors to aid in our charity efforts can be challenging. Talking with hundreds of people our fundraisers constantly rely on team work and belief to combat social injustice and keep focused on bringing peace, hope and balance into this world, helping one individual at a time.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-07-19 08:23 PDT
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I worked at Donorworx part-time for less than a year
Pros – I am a humanitarian and really got behind the cause they were promoting...getting people to sponsor kids through World Vision. So it's a good feeling when you do find a sponsor. The training is also really good and the Campaign Managers are really nice and highly motivated.
Cons – It's a tough gig and you really need to right personality for the job. You are basically standing in a mall trying to get people to come over and speak to you, and then convince them to sponsor a child. It can get quite demotivating, and the day can be really long.
Advice to Senior Management – I worked with this employer for two weeks, and when I resigned (due to a career related job offer) I sent my Team Leader and Campaign Manager an email wishing them every success with the campaign. I had gotten two sponsors in this time, but neither of them replied to the email, wished me luck for the future or thanked me for my work. Instead I was copied into an email to the team telling them I had quit. A little more respect/professionalism would have been appreciated.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2012-12-10 16:42 PST
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