Worldvision Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
World Vision International is an Evangelical Christian humanitarian aid, development, and advocacy organization. It prefers to present itself as interdenominational and also employs staff from non-evangelical Christian denominations. It was founded in 1950 by Robert Pierce as a service organization to meet the emergency needs of missionaries. In 1975 development work was added to World Vision's objectives. It is active in nearly 100 countries with a total revenue including grants, product and foreign donations of more than $2 billion.
A volunteer said this in an anonymous interview, "They do not care about your wellbeing. The managers are sexist. There is absolutely NO room for advancement. Do yourself a favor and save yourself from working here."
trabajo con niños y adolescentes (Former Employee) says"lo que mas me impacto es el trato con las personas de los diferentes grupos focales, ya que trabajar con personas es algo hermoso y delicado donde nosotros como profesionales podemos hacer algo por esa sociedad."
Development worker (Current Employee) says"I have learned so many things in this company how to communicate with others how to leader peoples how to be friendly with children and community .The hardest part is where i want to assist in the community and company refused.The most enjoyable part when i delivered in the community assisting advocating and get help Cons: long hours"
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) says"General Administrative Duties. Cons: No AWS / Bonus"
Area Program Cluster Monitoring and Evaluation Officer (Former Employee) says"As far as I experienced, its a poor organization comprising poor leadership. Basically they didn't find actual talent but senior authority made some clumsy process and promote some very weak worker in higher position by telling so called talent pool."
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) says"Most enjoyable work done in the communities; Cons: yes, to meet the targets"
Aux Laboratório (Current Employee) says"empresa ruim, atrasa pagamentos. Empresa que é pior administrada que uma loja na 25 de março. Cons: não fornece"
driver (Former Employee) says"its a good working enviroment with lots of room for learning new things. its a multi dinominational christian organisation were you get to put the lord first before everything Cons: no overtime allowance, lots of pressure"
Procurement Officer (Former Employee) says"as you work at an organization like World Vision, as procurement you need to be prepared to work very hard and over time. you need to all your best to provide the goods, because the most time the needs are urgently and critical. Cons: long hours"
Sponsorship facilitator as volunteer (Former Employee) says"I worked with my whole commitment and fight to achieve goals Cons: Health care"
Professora de Inglês (Current Employee) says"Cada dia é uma surpresa, não se sabe o que pode acontecer e normalmente a surpresa é ruim. Aprendi a contornar situações difíceis, manter o controle e dar aulas mesmo sem o material disponível. Direção desorganizada e sem respeito pelo funcionário. Não tenho contato com outros professores pois as aulas não são dadas no próprio prédio da empresa. A pior parte é a incerteza sobre quanto receber no final do mês, pois mesmo se for por motivo de saúde a falta é descontada e o salário sempre atrasa. Ver os alunos aprendendo e progredindo mesmo sem boas condições de ensino é a única parte agradável do trabalho. Cons: não fornece refeição nem passagem."
Intern (Former Employee) says"They do not care about your wellbeing. The managers are sexist. There is absolutely NO room for advancement. Do yourself a favor and save yourself from working here."
Programme Manager (Current Employee) says"The hardest part of the job is working in a field office, having to responding to queries, ensure compliance, process gift notification and working with staff that is not willing to pull up their socks. Cons: Work load is unbearable, no recognition of good performance."
driver (Former Employee) says"World vision est une Ong Chretien humataire, centerer sur l'enfant. Cons: reutructurations"
National Corporate Marketing Professional (Former Employee) says"The national director manages the organisation as if it were a family business. World Vision Colombia needs more support from other regional offices because national management has a very inward looking approach which results in a bad distribution of resources and poor people management."
Enumerator (Temporary) says"Fun working environment as most of the time you working outdoors, you get to meet new people and actually witness first hand how people run their day to day life in the rural areas. Cons: Early morning and late nights"
Mutoshi Project Accountant (Current Employee) says"- I've learnt that we become more and more experienced and important by working and trying to do the best as per job description."
Temp (Former Employee) says"During my temp position, I mastered a system which is quite old and complex. I learned in more depth about what a child sponsorship truly entails, the procedures, statistics and the work of those behind community development projects. The hardest part of the job was not having any floor support from supervisors and coordinators. I mainly had to rely on co-worker's for help and I sincerely appreciate their help. I loved sharing sponsorship stories with supporters and hearing about their passion in helping children living in poverty across the globe. Although most calls were quick and merely to update payment details or contact details. Cons: not enough floor support"
Charity Fundraiser (Former Employee) says"Organisation of management can be a lot more professional and consistent. Some site managers operate differently from what was trained which causes upset amongst the team members and colleges."
Animator, Facilitator (Former Employee) says"a typical day ,i improve my creative activities,co workers were good and i enjoy the job"
Child Sponsorship Coordinator (Former Employee) says"The World Vision is good organization to work for children through its sponsorship module. But There needed technical and good capacity people retain in the organization for its growth and success. Cons: no courage to technical experties"
WorldMarketsIsAScam says"World Vision (worldvision.com) is the url used in the signatures of e-mails from World Markets (worldmarkets.com). World Markets seems to be a "proud supporter" of World Vision, however when clicking the link it is eventually redirected to worldvision.org and then presents a access denied message. Please be careful. World Markets seems to be a scam."
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TraceySmithLMT says"@WorldVision Amen! Praise God! ? May God continue to bless her to be a blessing to many for His praise and glory. ??"
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In The News
Canada NewsWire reports"World Vision: 85 million children in immediate danger from violence due to COVID-19 impacts"
The Christian Post reports"Millions of children forced into labor as COVID-19 creates global hunger crisis: World Vision"
Ghana Business News reports"World Vision Ghana says 484 children suffer violations between March and June"
GhanaWeb reports"484 children suffered violations between March and June - World Vision"