Mission: Assist and promote Asian women professionals and entrepreneurs.
I worked at Asian Women in Business full-time (More than a year)
I can't think of many positives other than this was a job. It was awful in every sense of the word but it was work.
I am sharing my experience in the hopes of preventing someone else from making a terrible professional decision.
I've recently left Asian Women in Business (AWIB) and and am happily employed at a bigger company. My current boss recognizes my worth.
I was not terminated but left AWIB because I was completely shocked by Bonnie Wong's behavior. She is unprofessional in every sense of the word. She would constantly complain about the other employees, speak down to everyone and was rude to anyone and everyone who supported her organization.
There is no HR department since it's Bonnie's company. Her behavior forces employees to quit and then she finds other people who can work for her for until they also have had enough. The turnaround time is unlike anything you'll ever see.
Again, I'm writing this review to help others who are considering taking a job at this company. I have no reason to be bitter as I've found a great job and want to warn others. I hope this helps.
Advice to Management
Nothing - you can't change a person.
It seemed very rushed and Bonnie needed to hire someone right away. Now I know why - no one lasts in this job for more than a few months. It's unfortunate that this is the case but hopefully I can help others from making a big professional mistake.
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