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    „Meaningful work, amazing colleagues and flexibility”

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    Ich arbeite in Vollzeit bei Avaaz Foundation (Über 5 Jahre)

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    What I love about working at Avaaz is that its culture also fits my personal culture - and lots of things that I have learned through the work I can easily apply to my personal life. You have the smartest and sweetest colleagues around the world, flexibility and understanding (and I am a mom of two small kids), and exciting work that meets the challenges that the world is facing right now.

    Kontras

    Since Avaaz is a global movement, its employees are spread around the world, so most of them work on a freelance contract - that means some benefits like health insurance are not covered.

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Vorstellungsgespräche bei Avaaz Foundation

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    Anonymer Mitarbeiter in Boston, MA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)
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    Ich habe mich online beworben. Vorstellungsgespräch absolviert im September 2015 bei Avaaz Foundation (Boston, MA (Vereinigte Staaten von Amerika)).

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    So destructive that it has taken me over a year to write about it, not just because of the emotional impact, but also the practical effects on my life. In summary: I applied for 2 positions. The first, I was told would have been mine had they decided to actually hire for it (they called after 2 or 3 interviews to tell me the role had been "de-prioritized", but that I was their #1 choice). For the second role, I had several more interviews. During the final interview, the interviewer (the ED), told me that she didn't see how I was qualified for the role. I attempted to counter that by explaining why I thought I was (really I was just bewildered by the statement seeing as I had just undergone several interviews and exercises, and didn't understand why I would have reached this point if I wasn't qualified). They ended up making an offer anyway quite quickly as I had very recently accepted a different offer and explained to them that since I was going to have to rescind my acceptance of offer A, I needed to do it ASAP. I am also a part-time student, which is listed at the top of my resume. I worked for them for 5 days during which time my school schedule became an issue (A total of 5 hours of class time per week. Bear in mind that Avaaz is a virtual organization. I was working remotely. It was very clear that many Avaaz employees did not keep traditional hours. It also says in their handbook that alternative schedules are approved by line managers. My line manager knew about my classes and said it was ok.). They asked that I drop a class in order to make my schedule more amenable to their needs which I succeeded in doing regardless of the add/drop deadline already having passed. Then, they fired me, claiming that I had failed to practice what they call "radical honesty". Needless to say, I was unable to get the first offer back and was thrown into a high pressure job search. This is the most egregious part of the experience. It was also just generally fraught with inadequate internal communication. I should have heeded that as a warning sign during the first round and stayed away, but the prospect of what I thought would be fulfilling work drew me in.

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