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Anonymous shared this review of Open Society Foundations, United States on Jan 20th, 2021
"Keep a record of important conversations, up to and including audio tape. Find a mentor outside of the organization who has some influence in your field. Watch your back. The positions and benefits make this seem like a utopia--like the best job you can ever have. But you'll soon find out that many people go out on stress leave, have nervous breakdowns, file lawsuits, attempt suicide. Imagine a liberal Trump administration: lies, gaslighting and personality disorders live here. "
Anonymous shared this review of Open Society Foundations, United States on Nov 10th, 2020
"Be prepared for deeply normalized gender and age inequalities when it comes to promotions and bonuses."
Anonymous shared this review of Open Society Foundations on Feb 15th, 2019
"Lots of women work here, plenty in senior leadership, there is definitely office politics and sometimes it can get to be too much for junior people, although I was on a great team and loved my boss."
Anonymous shared this review of Open Society Foundations on Jan 8th, 2019
"It's a good way to learn more about the non-profit human rights sector but there's no opportunity for upward growth and no set track for professional development (the policy on professional development is not adequately articulated and transparent which results in underuse)."