Public Outreach

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30+ days ago

Nonprofit Fundraiser - Bay Outdoor/Sidewalk

Public Outreach USA Oakland, CA

We offer a great work environment with rapid promotion potential, benefits, and travel opportunities… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

West Coast Mall Manager

Public Outreach San Francisco, CA

You’re open-minded, fun, intelligent, and a little unorthodox. You are passionate about fundraising in the name of social, environmental and economic… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Professional Fundraiser - BAY

Public Outreach Oakland, CA

As a fundraiser you’ll work on one of those teams speaking on behalf of a charity you care about. In the East Bay area we currently fundraise for… Glassdoor


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John Finlay
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    Wonderful at first then went downhill.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Public Outreach

    Pros

    It was a great place to work with a very balanced work to benefit ratio. I loved my manager and the people I worked with were always very supportive.

    Cons

    After my first year of working and a change in management, the work life balance was force to change and the benefits began to be taken away one by one. It became a very stressful work environment. Where I once would have recommended this as company as an employer, I can no longer do so. I was treated with disrespect by my managers who were both male. I found there to be a glass ceiling in our department for both men and women. Progression was not encouraged in any concrete way.

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    Do not keep managers in positions simply because a viable alternative is not seen immediately or to save face. If I was the only one to feel this way, this review would not have been written. However, working as a supervisor for this organization I can tell you the good, the bad and the ugly. No organization is perfect but it seemed as years passed by, this organization did not get better, it only got worse, with corners being cut and zero accountability. Again, when I first started, I was excited and loved my job. However, by the end of my third year with this company, I was extremely stressed and overworked. I hadn't had a proper vacation in that 3 year time due to work constraints.

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