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Elkridge, MD
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
$10 to $25 million (USD) per year

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    I have been working at Center for Social Change part-time (More than 3 years)


    currently seeking higher education in psychology


    overachiever which tends to interfere with the ability to say no at times

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    N/A I am unable to think of anything at this point, but when I do I will revamp this selection

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    I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Center for Social Change.


    I was contacted via telephone 1 day after I submitted my application to set up an in-person interview. I arrived at the Center for Social Change for the interview and signed in. While I waited, I heard two employees sitting at the receptionist desk speaking poorly of the organization and other employees. They spoke quite loudly the whole time. From the conversation, I got a lot of information about other employees and what they do wrong. I now know the names of several employees and what they do to get on their nerves. It is so unprofessional to speak about your co-workers in the way that these two women did. Also, I heard a direct service employee yell at one of the disabled clients about not holding the door open for her, and she called him selfish. At that point I was fed up. I had been waiting for 45 minutes for the interview, and something told me to get out of there fast. I told the receptionist that I would like to respectfully decline the interview. I am sure I gave her and her co-worker something to gossip about for the rest of the day. I should have just went with the gut feeling I got from reading the glassdoor reviews on this organization.

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