INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION Careers and Employment
- Company size5,001 to 10,000
- RevenueP25 million to P100 million
- IndustryCivic & Social Services
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Shelter Validation in Guiuan Eastern Samar
on March 7, 2017
Effective and Nice to Work with the peopleI have learned a lot from this work, from field validation, how I personally encounter to meet angry people for the thought that they are not qualified for the criteria given by the donors, and to office paper works,how to work on peak hours just to submit before the given time, I am always happy to work always with my colleagues
Staff in Mindanao
on December 5, 2021
Bad work culture, disorganized, ethics issuesNo knowledge management, zero database management - every project starts at zero dataDisorganized No proper feedback systemA culture of covering up for friends instead of promoting professionalism and ethicsBad office culture with people backstabbing while smiling and brown-nosing bosses during meetings Hiring is based on who you know instead of qualificationProfessional growth is based on who takes credit quicker for jobs and ideas they didnt inititate
Fleet coordinator and payroll assistant in Guiuan Eastern Samar
on January 29, 2017
Productive and Adventure in every mission areaThe work assignment is good. I learned to be more understandable in my area. The company give fair benefits to all employee. A fun work and every colleagues collaborate in the field.
Community Health Nurse (Clinic Nurse) in Roxas City
on December 5, 2016
Productive and fun place to work withExcellent, it made you a better nurse. What a once in a lifetime opportunity working in this company. The people were great.
Data Entry in Makati, P00
on October 7, 2015
Accountable and reliable workplaceInternational Organization for Migration-Manila Health Center is a good start to work in for newly graduates like me. However, the department I was assigned to, works with personal issues which are not related with the work and the work ethics are not considered.
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