It is definitely not a job for the faint of heart. The job itself is quite challenging throughout the day, as you are constantly working at asking people for donations, not the easiest to begin with. Overall though, in terms of staff support, really good! I have only been at Causeworx for a bit now, and I have worked in similar environments at home and out of home, and I must say that this is a pretty tight-knit community. My co-workers seem quite easy to get along with, as well as being very supportive and encouraging throughout the day. As far as management goes, not to sure about them yet. I have only met 2 in management positions, one was my trainer and she is absolutely amazing, easy to work with. The other I only met through one personal email, and that's about it. The rest of management don't really poke their heads out, which is unfortunate. The other trainer I had was an absolute GEM. She is upbeat and positive, and whenever she reaches out, it's always something positive and uplifting. I can sense the sincerity in her voice. She is really the only one who reaches out to me periodically. (staff-wise)
As our work is all done virtually, I would think they would have more of a solid system in place for support. My co-workers are pretty much the support team, but they are pretty amazing!(so far as it's only been a bit)
In summary, if you enjoy this type of work, (and they are really great causes we work on behalf of....it makes it all worthwhile at the end of a hard days' work) I would recommend this company.
Solid tight knit community, very encouraging and uplifting. Working for the different causes are inspiring!
Don't get to meet the 'higher-ups; the management, only 1 or 2 of them, and that is pretty much only in the hiring process.