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Updated Sep 24, 2023

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  • "Some of the clients are demanding and senior leadership doesn’t push back.(in 21 reviews)
  • "Pay is low for the requirements to get a technical job (some of our interns have masters degrees).(in 21 reviews)
  • "The management is horrible.(in 21 reviews)
  • "Bloated at the top with many senior staff receiving high salaries without contributing to projects or bringing in new funding(in 13 reviews)
  • "Upper management seems completely cut off and detached from the real world and their employees.(in 12 reviews)

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3.9Asian (10)
4.0Black or African American (15)
4.4Hispanic or Latinx (7)
3.9White (17)
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Reviews about "upper management"

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    1. 3.0
      May 16, 2019
      Applications Analyst
      Current Employee, less than 1 year
      CEO Approval
      Business Outlook


      Company has good benefits for a non profit organisation. Very well diverse. Good 401(k)


      Some upper management does lots of micromanagement. They want to see you on your desk from 9 to 5.Irrespective of the productivity. Do not give you work from home etc, But it varies project to project.

      1. 3.0
        Feb 3, 2016
        Project Manager
        Current Employee
        Washington, DC
        CEO Approval
        Business Outlook


        Great colleagues, great projects, people work hard and are dedicated. There is a lot of interesting and important work going on at FHI 360. Benefits are great and salary is generous. Great for technically-oriented job seekers.


        As mentioned in so many other reviews, upper management is seriously out of touch with the zeitgeist of the organization and their employees. Internal systems are inefficient, the quality of support services is often abysmal. The operational aspects of running projects are more DIY, without any cross-project learning or support systems. Not sure there is a viable, long-term strategic plan in place. Upper management only seems to listen to those in their immediate circle, which leads to strategic decisions that benefit those individuals and their careers more than the organization as a whole. For more support services-oriented job seekers - do your homework and talk to people in the organization before considering a position with the org.

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