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How are the career development opportunities at Greenpeace?

5 English reviews out of 5

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11 August 2020

Pros

global mindset, working with passionate and dedicated people

Cons

Below market rates for salary and little career progression

Below market rates for salary and little career progression

11 August 2020

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Hong Kong (Anonymous Employee)

8 January 2021

Pros

- Friendly environment - Nice Colleagues (except the one called Billy)

Cons

- No career progression - Mgt is forcing - Fundraisers are sales (they do not believe the value actually)

- No career progression

8 January 2021

Reviewed by: Position Related to Human Resources in Hong Kong (Former Employee)

10 November 2020

Pros

Make great money if you're willing to scam people

Cons

Have to be heartless, look at people as money and not people, no career advancement available, knocking on doors and interrupting people's daily lives really really sucks and they hate it too, can only keep the job if you sell enough people per week

Advice to Management

Be better!

Have to be heartless, look at people as money and not people, no career advancement available, knocking on doors and interrupting people's daily lives really really sucks and they hate it too, can only keep the job if you sell enough people per week

10 November 2020

Reviewed by: Fundraiser in San Diego, CA (Former Employee)

5 November 2018

Pros

A lot of freedom when doing your job

Cons

No chance to advance in career position

Advice to Management

none

No chance to advance in career position

5 November 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Netherlands (Current Employee)

23 July 2018

Pros

I work for Greenpeace Australia Pacific (GPAP.). Wonderful people, inspiring and down to earth CEO, great senior management team, flexible hours, great supportive culture, opportunity to travel and learn best practice from all over the world, global and local campaigning focus, an organisation really changing the world every day.

Cons

Limited resources (they don't accept government or corporate funds), younger workforce (but very talented), limited career progression in Australia as a small org (only 62 FTE), very fast paced environment (exciting but doesn't suit everyone!), pay a bit lower than some other NGOs.

Advice to Management

Invest more in innovation. Note to website - Kumi is not the CEO anymore, we have two inspiring women at GPI and David Ritter is the CEO in Australia

Limited resources (they don't accept government or corporate funds), younger workforce (but very talented), limited career progression in Australia as a small org (only 62 FTE), very fast paced environment (exciting but doesn't suit everyone!),

23 July 2018

Reviewed by: Anonymous in Australia (Current Employee)

5 English reviews out of 5