JustGiving Career Development FAQ

Read what JustGiving employees think about career development at the company. Employees have questions about everything from promotions and mentoring to job security.

JustGiving has a career opportunities rating of 2.9.

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3 English questions out of 3

13 February 2020

How are the career development opportunities at JustGiving?

Pros

Great team members, not too much stress, potentially good career opportunities.

Cons

Weak management, weak company culture.

Advice to Management

Build alignment within management, try to be a bit more transparent.

Great team members, not too much stress, potentially good career opportunities.

13 February 2020

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8 July 2020

What kind of career opportunities exist at JustGiving?

Pros

Lots of potential, opportunities to try new approaches and tech

Cons

Weak leadership,lack of strategic direction.

Lots of potential, opportunities to try new approaches and tech

8 July 2020

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26 August 2021

How do employees feel about their professional development opportunities at JustGiving?

Pros

A lot of very talented and driven people "lower down" aka execs, or junior managers Room for testing and trying new ways of working A lot of very friendly, fun people that make it a comfortable environment

Cons

Poor senior management - some people who have been there for years and have progressed purely based on time working there rather than any actual skill or talent Lack of transparency No real effort from the company during lockdown - no budget for home equipment, and no effort to convert previous christmas parties/team away days into a remote setting No real room for progression, a lot of teams are overworked and with people fleeing the second offices opened back up again, teams are short-staffed and overstretched. Yet senior management still wants growth. No appreciation for staff lower down, credit given to senior managers the majority of the time despite doing no heavy lifting (this may be indicative of my direct manager) No training budget or encouragement for upskilling

Advice to Management

Champion training and upskilling, be comfortable having genuine conversations about progression and pay It could be a great place to work, but it's too stuck in its ways and cares more about the bottom line than the people.

No training budget or encouragement for upskilling

26 August 2021

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