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Ok if you like to be stagnant

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Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Silver Spring, MD
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Silver Spring, MD

I have been working at American Nurses Association

Pros

People are really nice and genuine, great work life balance, and flexible work schedules, great benefits as well!

Cons

No career growth or promotion potential.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at American Nurses Association

    Pros

    Good work environment and good work-life balance

    Cons

    Projects take too long to execute


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    Manipulative and Insidious

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at American Nurses Association

    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    Pros

    Downtown Silver Spring
    Additional Week Vacation in December

    Cons

    Leadership, non existent. Culture spells out horrible. Very little room for growth. Team dynamics do not exist. No communication, A lot of silos and political games just to a name a few. The following situations are also understatements of cons:
    CEO has non existent presence and apparently is unable to hold on to staff as, she has had four to five assistants. Doesn't speak, all staff meetings are scripted by employees. She pacifies a few executives. There has been multiple transistion within the her team of executives. She is completely unaware of how much the COO has not made her aware of important issues, yet always attempting to coddle and keep her involved into the gossip and malicious stunts against other colleagues.
    The COO was formally known as the COS and the Executive Director for The Center of American Nurses which fell under. Did Human Resources not catch this ? The position was clearly made for her, but yet she is unable to handle any of her departments. She is very passive aggressive and indignant. Her departments are failing. She consistently blames everyone except herself for all her department failures. She is unable to make any type of decisions on her own and definitely spends more time hiring consultants to figure out her job and host surveys. Membership dollars are being spent wisely, right ? Customer Service Retreat was held but yet there was no follow through with action items.
    The ANA ED seems to be tactful yet just a cover up. She has told her staff , and possibly colleagues, other staff members are not to be trusted. She has witnessed bullying within in the organization in the hallway on the 5th floor to be exact and not reported such. The list can go on however Leadership never seems to be progress on any issues. People are not empowered and yet they are afraid to say no. Whoever screams the loudest gets their way.

    Advice to Management

    Stop overpaying your Executive Leadership Team for ordinary, average, middling, uninspired, undistinguished, indifferent, unexceptional, unexciting, unremarkable, lackluster, forgettable, amateurish, nonworking performance goals. Hold Leadership accountable for all actions instead of sliding silos under the rug. Please check the results of all 100+ surveys you have administered, please do your research and stop lying to the Board of Directors.


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