I worked at Unity School of Christianity full-time for more than 5 years
Pros – 4 day work week, cafeteria on grounds
Cons – lay offs constantly, no stability
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
2012-08-30 11:31 PDT
I have been working at Unity School of Christianity full-time for more than 10 years
Pros – Four-day work week. (However, this can also be a drawback when you're working with essentially a part-time staff. Most senior employees have saved up hundreds of hours of PTO and are missing in action for weeks at a time by year's end.)
Cons – Just trying to explain what this organization is points to its weakness. A seminary? A 24-hour prayer hotline? A radio station? Publisher? Retreat center? On the advice of a high-priced consultant it changed name from Unity School of Christianity to Unity World Headquarters, but did little to change its flawed organizational structure. Headquarters of what, exactly? Most people assume its the organizational base for Unity churches, but it's not. Of importance to job seekers: Because it is a religious nonprofit, it has opted out of unemployment benefits. If you are laid off from this organization, you cannot collect unemployment from it. Sadly, if you are attracted to the organization because you value Unity beliefs, you may well be disappointed in how they manifest in this environment.
Advice to Senior Management – There is something wrong with the framework and it's not going to be solved by denying appearances and reciting affirmations. Administration and Board of Directors are clearly at odds.
2013-11-07 14:56 PST
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