The Native Women's Association of Canada Careers and Employment

What is it like to work at The Native Women's Association of Canada?

2.0Work/Life Balance
1.4Salary/Benefits
1.6Job Security/Advancement
1.8Management
1.8Culture
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Mismanaged, toxic environment, lateral violence galore
Written by Analyst (Former Employee) from Ottawa, ON on 27 May 2019
This is a very challenging place to work if you’re someone who is actually passionate about the advocacy work they’re supposed to be doing. If you just care about a paycheck you might be fine.

People are hired into management positions who know little to nothing about Indigenous issues, and much of the work falls to underpaid overworked younger staff. - more...

When staff bring valid concerns to management, they are dismissed, ignored, or the staff is let go. - less
ConsOverworked staff, lots of overtime, staff morale low, CEO & management do not listen to staff complaints
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