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What Employees Say
I worked at UNICEF part-time for more than a year
UNICEF as a not for profit organisation is incredible, they do great work and the teams of people behind it are highly dedicated to the cause and will always go out of their way to make a really big... difference.
The management in New Zealand is in real need of a shape up, poor communication and HR policies and very questionable hiring.
I worked at Save the Children for more than a year
They are open to hiring persons with little to no experience and they offer an internship for persons wanting to gain experience in communications.
The organisation didn't have a great sense of direction and the end goal was the amount of money raised by the organisation and the number of donors, as opposed to an impact on the lives of children.
Advice to Management
I only had one good Manager at this organisation and she was made redundant.