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Daniel L Lombardo
I have been working at Volunteers of America Delaware Valley full-time for more than 3 years
Pros – Company really works hard to meet the needs of its constituents. Mostly marginalized individuals from various backgrounds including homeless, ex-offenders, substance abuse, senior citizens, and Vets.
Cons – The management is top down oriented. It takes a long time to get new projects approved and implemented. The fee for service contracts with corrections limits the organization's ability to more fully meet the needs of ex-offenders in half-way houses.
Advice to Senior Management – Continue to define the needs of the constituents to stake-holders and contractors. Continue to use lobbying tactics and perhaps even the media.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-02-22 19:19 PST
I have been working at Volunteers of America Delaware Valley
Pros – It's a good organization that gives good services to people in need. The benefits are good and the company is flexible with personal issues.
Cons – Some of the upper management do not communicate well. They also seem to be power hungry and this lowers overall company moral
Advice to Senior Management – Have a better open door policy and share issues with others. Not including the CEO, senior management seems threatened by others who have ideas or suggestions on how to improve services
2008-08-05 07:43 PDT
I worked at Volunteers of America Delaware Valley
Pros – Flexible and understanding when time off is needed from work
Cons – Too many people in leadership are not educated in the field they are managing. Egocentric individuals who are in the positions they are in because they are followers and not good managers.
Advice to Senior Management – clean house - the top management doesn't recognize the problems that exist. Very high turnover rate should be a clue
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2011-06-12 20:44 PDT
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