- St. Vincent De Paul Village, Inc.15.Dec 2015
Excels at training employees. Dimisses them for capricious reasons.
Support from management
Support exists for specific tasks, but borders on micro management.
Team pulls together to get things done.
Freedom to work independently
A lot of freedom to structure tasks.
Dishonest communication from the upper management.
Women's family planning needs are not covered in the health insurance plans.
Attitude towards older colleagues
You are at risk for termination, perhaps because you earn more than younger employees and speak from your conscience.
Great place to work for training and experience, but the longer you stay, the greater your risk of termination.
Overall compensation for your work
Pay lower than industry standards, and benefits are not fully funded by the organization.
Office / Work Environment
Somewhat poor ventilation in some areas.
Generous paid time off.
Employees speak fondly of the mission, but critically about the administration.
People feel vunerable to sudden terminations with little real cause.
Most areas are accessible.
Very focused on accident prevention.
Receive verbal recognition for tasks well done.
Inclusive / Diverse
Not explicitly promoted, and diverse opinions are unwelcome.
Suggestions for improvement
- Restructure org chart to give supervisors. managers and directors greater influence. Eliminate vice president and executive director positions.
What I like about the company
Training and networking.
What I dislike about the company
Elitist top-down management culture.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanySt. Vincent De Paul Village, Inc.
- CitySan Diego
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2014