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Knowing what the organization stands for and trying to reconcile that with how they treat their own employees.

Answered 6 March 2020

Pretty rare. Not many survive long enough before quitting or being fired to experience a raise. People are unceremoniously fired quite frequently before 6 months if they don't quit first.

Answered 7 March 2020

Seeing a once great organization reduced to a playground for an incompetent CEO and the organization run by white men. Native Women? Most of the directors are not indigenous.

Answered 6 March 2020

You have flexibility in terms of the 8 hours you work in the day, but no flexibility in terms of teleworking.

Overtime is often demanded by managers without any prior notice, and staff are so overworked they are often not even allowed to take off the overtime that they bank.

Answered 28 May 2019

They are very strict about allowing staff to telework or work flexibly, even under extreme weather circumstances.

The work environment is often very loud with multiple people sharing one office, so management should really consider allowing flexible work arrangements.

Answered 28 May 2019

Do your research! Be familiar with the organization's mandate, and with the projects and advocacy work.

Answered 28 October 2019
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