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- 1.0Aug 18, 2015Various Associate and Mid-levelFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsWashington, DC
Great benefits and flexible work environment.
Too many to name, truly a toxic culture. Senior Management across the organization are completely self absorbed and childish, there is no collaboration or team spirit. It is common for business units to point fingers, place blame and create difficulties for other business units before effectively collaborating with them. All but a few former AED employees are still disgruntled curmudgeons 4 years after the merger. Legacy FHI management seems more concerned with their egos than effective programatic work and innovative approaches. After working in various departments at the program and HQ level I am left wondering how this organization still stands, it seems it is skating on a fading legacy. C-suite is completely inept and cannot stand-up to selfishness amongst its ranks. This is a terrible place for a young and passionate employee to work, despite working at one of the largest NGOs you are given little exposure, little learning and little opportunity to gain practical skills. Junior level positions seem to be mere administrative roles with overstated titles and low pay with the sole function of supporting inept managers. Those who are continually promoted are the 'pets' and 'favorites' which furthers the incompetent managerial bloat. Due to mismanagement there are annual lay-offs as Operations and Finance don't have the ability to manage such massive grants, this affects both program and enterprise services/HQ staff.23