US Commission on Civil Rights FAQ

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3 English questions out of 3

October 1, 2019

What is the company culture at US Commission on Civil Rights?

Pros

great projects, dedicated and intelligent research staff, working to fight discrimination

Cons

The structure of the Commission needs complete overhaul. There are blatant inequities between different departments and staff, researchers aren't respected and it hurts morale and doesn't keep valuable and skilled staff

Advice to Management

Need to fix the internal processes on how reports are voted on and published

There are blatant inequities between different departments and staff, researchers aren't respected and it hurts morale and doesn't keep valuable and skilled staff

October 1, 2019

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October 1, 2019

What are co-workers like at US Commission on Civil Rights?

Pros

great projects, dedicated and intelligent research staff, working to fight discrimination

Cons

The structure of the Commission needs complete overhaul. There are blatant inequities between different departments and staff, researchers aren't respected and it hurts morale and doesn't keep valuable and skilled staff

Advice to Management

Need to fix the internal processes on how reports are voted on and published

great projects, dedicated and intelligent research staff, working to fight discrimination

October 1, 2019

See answer

October 1, 2019

What are sales commissions like at US Commission on Civil Rights?

Pros

great projects, dedicated and intelligent research staff, working to fight discrimination

Cons

The structure of the Commission needs complete overhaul. There are blatant inequities between different departments and staff, researchers aren't respected and it hurts morale and doesn't keep valuable and skilled staff

Advice to Management

Need to fix the internal processes on how reports are voted on and published

The structure of the Commission needs complete overhaul.

October 1, 2019

See answer

3 English questions out of 3