I worked at Founder Electronics (More than 5 years)
Healthy living, social responsibility and youth development is a great mission to work towards and most staff are friendly, helpful, and enthusiastic about the mission. Being able to see life changes and the positive effects on others through one's hard work and innovation can't be beat. Opportunities to collaborate with community and to develop impactful programs. Flexible schedule. Free gym membership. Staff are given some opportunity to attend YMCA trainings.
Staff morale is low with a general feeling that higher management talks the mission but does not support it. Changes in policy, procedures, program management and staff are done with no input and seem to have very little plan behind the changes. Overtime without compensation is expected. Medical benefits are terrible.
Advice to Management
It is ironic that we are an organization that preaches Healthy Living yet the exempt employees are expected to work over forty hours or seven days a week routinely. Encourage and develop an attitude of work life balance
Those in vice president or high level positions should make an effort to understand their programs and departments. Make decisions that affect our community partners, participants, and families on more than ego and/or little information. Most of the employees who work at the Y do so because of their belief in the mission; however, that does not equal permission to pay non competitive wages; we will work hard for the mission especially when we are motivated by being valued, job security, transparency from high level mgmt., recognition of dedication, and financial reward.
I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Founder Electronics (Beijing, Beijing (China)) in February 2012.
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