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NFL Players Association Overview

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Washington, DC
51 to 200 employees
1956
Nonprofit Organization
Arts, Entertainment & Recreation
$50 to $100 million (USD) per year
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The National Football League Players Association (NFLPA) represents the interests of people who go to work in helmets and shoulder pads. The union oversees its members' collective bargaining agreement with the National Football League, negotiates and monitors ... Read more

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    Former Employee - Intern - Hourly in Washington, DC
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    Pros

    Great culture, great work environment, fun people, AMAZING experience- best job I have ever had

    Cons

    Pay was bad and the hours were limited

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NFL Players Association Interviews

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    Graphic Designer Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Washington, DC
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    Average Interview

    Application

    I applied online. I interviewed at NFL Players Association (Washington, DC) in June 2017.

    Interview

    Applied online, was called back about 3 weeks later. Set up a phone interview and completed. Then moved on in the process to create 2 designs for data they gave me that was due in 1 one week. Then was asked to come to DC for in person interview. Had to pay for travel and hotel that were quite expensive in DC. Interviewed with three rounds of people in HR, Creative, and Marketing in a conference room. Never given tour of where I would be working. Thought this was a little out of the ordinary since I traveled four hours to be there. Interview was medium level difficulty. What made me give this a negative response was after the interview I didn't hear anything back for 4+ weeks afterwards. I got one email back after the first week that they had one more person to interview. After that nothing. No one would answer my phone calls or emails even though I was getting read receipts. Called the main number to ask if they were on vacation to see if that was why they weren't answering, they said they were not and kept sending me to their voicemail. Unsure if they were waiting for an answer from someone else before they told me no. Very unprofessional in ignoring me for 3+ weeks. Other than this interview process was fine.

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