I worked at Jewish National Fund (More than a year)
Decent benefits, off for religious and national holidays, nice colleagues (for the most part), amazing cause, very rewarding, travel opportunities, meet a lot of interesting people, hands on with the project and work of the organization. You really feel like your work makes a difference.
Bureaucracy, burnout, micromanagement, poor HR
Advice to Management
Sometimes it took ages to hire someone and when they finally did it felt like a snap decision because they couldnt go any longer without someone in the position. Extremely frustrating for those that have to pick up the slack.
I applied online. I interviewed at Jewish National Fund (New York, NY).
I was offered a lower position than the one the HR rep had screened me for. This was due to a change in the hiring manager's needs at the time that I was hired. I have since not been promoted for as long as I have been at the organization.
No negotiations. I was told a salary and that was it.
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