- Former Employee, less than 1 year★★★★★
Immature, Defective, Malignant ManagementDec 29, 2018 - Administrative in Baltimore, MDRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
They spend a lot of money on salaries and benefits (not to the cats).
Management is backbiting, immature, personality disordered and can not change. The only way this organization will survive is for people to 1) Boycott working here and 2) Stop donating to this abusive, self serving, cruel management. They do nothing for the cats, border on the illegal, certainly unethical practices. Research the CEO's background and you will be horrified that she is hiding out in this organization. When I write hiding out it is because no one knows she works here because her bio or name is no where on the company website. Why? Call and ask.Continue reading
- Current Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★Jan 20, 2017 - Program Manager in Bethesda, MDRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Love working here, we are very focused on having huge impact to stop killing of cats. For such a small team, we have had tremendous across the country in saving cats and changing laws. I am so proud of our work and my team members. I now think of them as some of my best friends. I love the dedication and passion of the executive team. They work late nights and almost every weekend.
its hard when we cant save every cat, although we try. The metro commute has been bad because of the metro work. -Continue reading
- Former Employee, more than 1 year★★★★★Jan 19, 2021 - Anonymous EmployeeRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Benefits and pay, but that's it
-Leadership: The founder is prime example of founder's syndrome. She has too much control over the organization she founded, even though it has grown beyond her ability to manage. She micromanages everything, to the point of nothing getting done. That would be bad enough, but even worse is that she was horrible to employees. At best she's rude, snapping at people and making them bend to her every whim, acting like we had nothing better to do than serve her, instead of doing our real jobs. At worst, she's emotionally abusive and makes employees cry. -Work Environment: During my time there, the COO was so paranoid that she separated conversations if people were talking together for "too long." People were scared to go out to lunch together and close office doors. There's no HR department, so there is nowhere for people to go with these problems. There's also no board oversight for questionable management and financial practices. -High employee turnover: It's a fact of life. Once in the span of about five days, four people left. Two were unjustly fired and two quit and walked out on the spot, which I wish I could say was rare during my time there.Continue reading