World Health Organization Job Security & Advancement reviews
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I was not having any source of income and came to know about WHO organization from friend and went WHO office ,there I submitted my resume and group interview and since I working in WHO organization.
Worked as a Administrative Assistant. I am having indepth knowledge in operations, accounting, MIS, field activities, company guidelines and fleet management
running chasing and satisfaction at the end of the day. Job security is bad and kills the spirit of team. you will learn lot of public health skills like data analysis, advocacy and presentation. great chance to showcase your abilities as a epidemiologist. management is very good. But HR management seems to be not interested in retaining skilled and trained team. High burnout and attrition rates because of long working hours and micromanagement. continuously on firefighting mode.
long working hours and continuous war footing
I've a lot of knowledge for health. We celebrate the activities and beyond the meeting time when we go outdoor. For a typical day, we give care and support for patients every day of Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at Hospital and team.
Health Care, Knowledge of Health
Although it is a good organization, it doesn't match my graduation and my dream career life.
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Busy day through out the year with so many challenges and so much to learn. It has been a great experience to work with such a great organisation where i learn a lot on a daily basis. Perfect job for a public health specialist to start with.
International organization with lot of load. Systemic, planned tasks are given to employees for performance. Work includes clinical case management, capacity building, advocacy with government, data management. Appraisal done every 6 months. Good salary package with other benefits
Technical knowledge, career oriented, salary
Too much workload
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