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What is it like working at The Salvation Army?

PTO and holidays is good.
Network Administrator in Philadelphia:
Pros: The people I support
Cons: Management Hours are straight forward. Travel is almost always avoidable as I'm on the road a lot. No flexibility on schedule most of the time. Unable to work from home. Have to spend your own money then go through a complex process for reimbursement.
Rewarding and Fulfilling.
Pastor in Corning:
Pros: Interacting with people and encouraging life change
Cons: allocation of funding to local Salvation Army churches
Program Coordinator, Non-Profit Organization:
Definitely not paid what I'm worth, but health insurance plan is excellent. Very stressful at times, especially at Christmas. Expect to pick up the slack since most officers don't do much. Patience is required since raises aren't ever more than 2%.
I love helping clients, however the structure is not well managed.
Case Manager in New York:
Pros: My clients, especially why’ll assist then with a good outcome
Cons: Well some of my coworkers, I am not person I don’t know why they don’t like me, they criticize my way of doing my job, eve though I do it well
My favorite out all my previous employers.
Social Worker in Auckland:
Pros: Working with the clients in need to empower them to be able to cope and service on their own.
Cons: The paper work is too much. Can be reduced.
Challenging but rewarding.
Consultant, Employment in Melbourne:
Pros: Working with great colleagues and helping the community
Cons: Pressure from upper management, being treated like a number and not a person, and being undervalued and unappreciated
Fulfilling and rewarding.
Early Childhood Educator (ECE) in Perth:
Pros: The families and children that we as educators get to care for.
Cons: Paper work