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Thomas R. Jenkins, Jr.
Pros – Nice work environment. Good Pay
Cons – Too much micromanaging in the office.
Advice to Senior Management – Consider more autonomy for your workers.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – You can feel proud of the mission you are supporting. NFP has a wonderful cause. I feel proud every day begin part of NFP's good work.
Cons – Upper-level management is not responsive to employee needs. They do often survey employees asking what needs to change in the culture/management, so there are good intentions. Unfortunately, very few of the suggestions are ever followed up. Nothing seems to change
Advice to Senior Management – Provide more competitive salaries, more opportunity for REAL employee input in decisions, and more opportunity for advancement within the company.
Pros – This non-profit business makes a measurable social impact, so most employees feel good about the work they do. It is challenging and "NFP" is being widely recognized for success in healthcare, social, non-profit and government circles. Pay and benefits are quite good for a non-profit.
Cons – Leadership doesn't have the confidence of most employees, as there is no understanding of a real strategy for long-term success. There are few ways to move up inside the organization.
Advice to Senior Management – Listent to the employees who work with customers -- they have a lot to tell you.
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