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  1. "OSCE"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee 

    I worked at OSCE full-time

    Pros

    interesting, challenging, good pay, growth potential

    Cons

    no job security no job stability limited years of service

    OSCE2018-04-10

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  1. "ODIHR Election Assessment Mission"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee 
    Recommends
    Neutral Outlook
    No opinion of CEO

    I worked at OSCE

    Pros

    Great Team of International Experts

    Cons

    I haven't really noticed major cons.

    OSCE2018-01-15
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    "OSCE Special Monitoring Mission to Ukraine"

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee 
    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook

    I worked at OSCE

    Pros

    For those who work in the east, you are really along the front line. The situation is quite similar to a UN military observer mission. There is a decent amount of leave. Board and lodging allowance [BLA] is comparable to UN mission subsistence allowance [MSA]

    Cons

    Most people are on seconded contracts, so their overall salary and benefits depend greatly on their national governments. Some countries pay nothing but the BLA is much more than the average salary at home and the BLA goes a long way for them. Some countries pay the equivalent to what a civil servant, diplomat or police officer would make. Indeed, they may be seconding such people. Others, like Canada, pay a small...

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    Advice to Management

    Fix the problems with drivers: either don't hire people without C licenses or hire professional drivers. Stop with the "femi-stalinism". If women are able and willing to actually go to the frontline and patrol, that is great and they should be encouraged. If they prefer to work in something safer and more comfortable like reporting [as 90% do] , that is OK also and worthy of respect. But given that they are given...

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    OSCE2018-03-16

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