AARP
3.3 of 5 127 reviews
www.aarp.org Washington, DC 1000 to 5000 Employees

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Direction unclear, managers often lack management skills

Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
Washington, DC

ProsThere are many great employees here who do excellent work despite management.

Consmanagers who aren't proactive, don't contribute to professional development of their team, etc. numerous cost-cutting measures that negatively impact the quality of the workplace.

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    Running around doing nothing.

    Project Manager (Former Employee)
    Washington, DC

    I worked at AARP


    Pros: The benefits package is comparable to other large organizations. … Cons: Managers do not seem to know anything about the jobs their staff's do. Raises and promotions are given out to people that are friends… Advice to Senior Management: Stop being paranoid if a person under you is doing good work. Promote people… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Average. Lack of leadership hinders the organization to continue to be relevant in the future.

    Senior Advisor (Former Employee)
    Washington, DC

    I worked at AARP


    Pros: Passionate colleagues and work-life balance Cons: Inept, ego driven senior management Advice to Senior Management: Provide leadership driven by empirical creativity and selflessness. More
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