“I’ve worked at another national non profit organization and the amount of training received here is by far the most useful and shows that the AHA is committed to investing in their employees. The AHA also provides a lot of resources to help people do their jobs. The resources provided range from best practices, examples from successes in other markets, and templates to prevent each market from having to recreate the wheel. From my experience, I feel that people in higher positions or other departments are very transparent and easy to approach with less hierarchical restraints. I’ve seen that the AHA creates an environment that promotes growing your career with them, and makes it a priority to discuss career plans in annual reviews. I also feel that the interview process here is more thorough than I have seen and leads to more qualified candidates being hired or promoted,” says one millennial worker.
The American Heart Association also appears at No. 13 on the list of the 20 Best Workplaces for Baby Boomers.
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|Type of org|
|# of work sites|
Millennials in the Organization
|# of Millennials||1,065|
|Millennials as % of total workforce||33%|