"The mission is very dear to my heart. It is one of the reasons I accepted this position."
"I worked at Habitat For Humanity, MYV for almost 13 years and found them to be a very good employer but there was no room for advancement and working with volunteers was problematic."
"The premise of the company is wonderful. Hoping people to get in a home that otherwise wouldn’t have a chance to have their own home. One of the things that puzzled me most is habitat for humanity Is a Christian-based. However, within the company you weren’t allowed to use the words merry Christmas, Christmas anything about Easter for fear you would offend someone. Christian-based???? I have always worked for profit you keep your workforce lean and profitable that particular franchise had at least eight people to assist the contractor in building the homes on the payroll and could not build one home In a year. And the main reason I left was working under my contractor's license and I had no say on how schedules safety or anything other than teaching volunteers How to build. Habitat for Humanity builds homes to help people get into a home in the budget. This franchise Was building homes way above and beyond habitats interest."
"Great people to work with!"
"I worked for Habitat For Humanity for 12 years and found them to be great people to work around. There was no chance for advancement and the compensation was very low compared to the private sector."
"I would recommend this job."
"I volunteered for Habitat For Humanity for a couple years and mostly enjoyed every second of it. I got a lot of joy helping the less fortunate and getting some work done. Definitely a lot of hard intense work but was overall worth it."
"Habitat for Humanity is a wonderful organization full of caring and determined people. The director of the organization in this area is phenomenal."
"The work place setting is okay. It's nothing special."
"Work driven by empathy and support."
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