- ICMPD International Centre for Migration Policy Development25.März 2018
Short-term contracts lead to high job insecurity
Staff in leadership positions is generally overwhelmed by their role and does not possess specific training to fulfil their role. Personal relationships and networking are more important than good results.
Job insecurity leads to competition among colleagues
Most projects are interesting and challenging, however often constrained in their professionalism by political considerations, but the latter depends mainly on the project.
Competition between projects and (management) staff hampers internal communication
Few women in leadership positions.
Umgang mit älteren Kollegen
Older people don't work there as most of them can't cope with the pressure and insecurity of the job for very long.
Karriere / Weiterbildung
Offered trainings are a joke.. career prosepects yes, but only via on-the-job learning and sacrificing work-life-balance
Gehalt / Sozialleistungen
Very good salaries in theory, but not if compared to actual working hours and lack of access to public social security benefits, such as unemployment benefits.
Noisy offices, overcrowded
Flexible working hours (in theory) which leads in practice to unpaid overtime and very rarely granted compensatory leave (varies a lot between projects which creates frustration)
- Leadership trainings for the management, more thorough trainings for staff Staff recruitment based on competency and not personal preference and networks More job security via long-term contracts Professionalise HR management
International and multi-cultural.
Despite negative experience with staff in leadership positions, there are also highly motivated, competent experts working at ICMPD. Unfortunately, they cannot rise to their full potential in this organisation.
No job security, no transparency, overwhelmed management, no work-life balance, no trust (for good reasons..).
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