Public Outreach

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I wasn't there long enough to rate it fairly, but the employees seemed satisfied.

Public Fundraiser (Current Employee) Los Angeles, CA

ProsRegular raises, opportunity to grow in the company, working with great people. The employees seemed happy and satisfied.

ConsThe public fund raising is grueling, and you are outdoors rain or shine. If you don't make your quota after a while, even due to person problems or illness, you might get fired. I spoke with two employee who told me that happened to them.

Advice to Senior ManagementThere could be some improvements made with the training. Maybe people in the evaluation period should be given a little more time to shadow their supervisors. One of the employees in the eval period said he would like more training on closing the sale. I noticed that a few times I needed help with closing with good, potential monthly donor, the supervisor didn't see me flagging him or her. I was only there three days.

Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Amazing, and eye-opening, but not for everyone.

    Street Canvasser (Former Employee)

    I worked at Public Outreach part-time for less than a year


    Pros: 1. Super casual environment, amazingly flexible hours, friendly team leaders/staff members, and most of all, you get to be actively part of positive changes around… Cons: 1. I was really excited to be part of Public Outreach, however wasn't able to translate that to canvassing on the street. Definitely not a… Advice to Senior Management: Recruitment and the process of setting up everything before a new employee gets to work was rather disorganized: You have to send them emails about… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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    great student job, fair environment, emotionally exhausting

    Street Canvaser (Former Employee) Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I worked at Public Outreach full-time for more than a year


    Pros: NOT ON COMMISSION!! yay! recognized for your good work, raises recieved fairly often, excellent wage, easy to advance in company, lots of hours given, flexible… Cons: a little clique-y, more experienced workers less welcoming, insane amount of pressure despite steady wage to get alot of signups. high office gossip level. morning… Advice to Senior Management: be more welcoming to evals. Allow them to just sit and watch if that helps them. I found having worked both street and PFU for… Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend More
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