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Anonymous shared this review of AIPAC, United States on May 11th, 2021
"If you want to be in a senior leadership position, this isn't the place to be. However, it's a passion job. AIPAC is a family, and it's always going to be a family. It's about the cause. You start here, because you love the cause. And it pays well for a non-profit. I don't think, though, that it's exceptional when it comes to flexibility for women who have families. I also think it's a man's club at the top. They protect men more than women, and it's been that way for ages. So don't expect change. I also think they don't have a good plan for people to move up in the organization. They tend to put you in a box, and you stay there. There is no good plan for where you can go if you are in certain positions. There is no plan to take a person from an entry level position to a higher level position. There is also little movement toward remote work. They are just on that road now, and it's slow going. They say they are flexible, but their idea of flexibility is to offer people to work from home two days a week, on the two days they dictate. Not really flexible. Hours are almost non-negotiable, even though regional staff work 70-80 hours a week. You still have to show up at 9am on time, no matter how long you worked the day before. It's not good for work-life balance don't expect to have that."
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