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Anonymous shared this review of American Red Cross, United States on Oct 7th, 2020
"Leadership is very supportive. The mission of the organization is amazing and the work you do, regardless of your role is impactful. The work is very rewarding."
Anonymous shared this review of American Red Cross, United States on May 3rd, 2019
"It was a great experience. I was an intern but my manager treated me with respect and paid attention to me."
Anonymous shared this review of American Red Cross on Mar 20th, 2019
"don't do if you have small children without dependable, flexible child care"
Anonymous shared this review of American Red Cross on Nov 15th, 2018
"In my call center, there was a few cases of sexual harassment. They kinda hire just about anyone."
Anonymous shared this review of American Red Cross on Jun 15th, 2016
"Great place to work if you find the perfect position. "
Anonymous shared this review of American Red Cross on Apr 11th, 2016
"If you have good support at home this job is doable but not for single moms. Hours are all over the place, point system doesnt allow for kids gettong sick, overnight staus can be 3 nights/4 days. Hectic and draining work. "
"It is an older more male dominated executive pool."
"There are women at top levels (and all levels) of the organization. However, there is no consistency of flexibility for women with families across the country. This is done by manager, rather than a policy. Some women have great flexibility to work from home, or have an alternative schedule for caring for kids. Others are not so lucky and are expected to work more without the flexibility. Additionally, there is no paid maternity leave, which has influenced my decision to have children right now financially."