On average, employees at The Salvation Army give their company a 3.7 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% lower than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest The Salvation Army employees are Managers submitting an average rating of 3.5.
"a good place to work. nice benefits package... the pay is low and it's hard to advance in the company."
"The Salvation Army is a great place to work. They really help people!"
"Passionate, detailed Human Resources, Grant writing, financial management leadership and development of all team members in a multifaceted work environment. Detail oriented, focused and positive leadership style and a hands on approach in getting a great job done."
"While I had only worked for the Salvation Army for about a year before I left to continue my education, I still found it an incredible place to work. Having the opportunity to have an impact in my community as well as working alongside other people who wanted to make a difference was very fulfilling."
"This was a great place to work. The manager and all of my coworkers were great and very helpful when I first started working here. The environment is very friendly and reflects a lot of family values. I honestly very much enjoyed working at the Salvation Army."
"The Salvation Army of Durham is a pillar of hope to the Durham Community. The programs and outreach this organization offers proves their determination to make a difference. Friendly staff, engaging social media content, and second to none! I love this organization!"
"Homeless shelter kept busy met lots of cool people learned a lot of new things and new skills. Lots of great co workers and family environment"
"I've worked at the Salvation Joan Kroc Center while going to SDSU, throughout the years and my outstanding work performance I was able to move up the ranks until reaching Interim Aquatics Director. Unfortunately, due to my senior year at SDSU and time and mental demanding schedule both spring and fall semesters I had to let go. But through my years in the company, I learned responsibility, time management, leadership and think out-side the box. It was hard to have a job that demanded 40+ hrs a week in addition to my full time SDSU schedule. But I am thankful for the many opportunities, experiences and transformations I undertook in my stay."
"I've worked for the Salvation Army for over a year now and it's a good place to work if you are interested in obtaining a career in the non-profit sector. The people that I work with have been very inviting and welcoming and for that I am very grateful."
"I've been working with The Salvation Army for a year and it has been a wonderful place to work in. It has a very friendly working environment and all of the employees are really helpful."
"I loved working with them. It was a team-friendly environment."
"Younger company with an energetic and friendly staff who care about their users"
"I worked for the Salvation Army for one year. This is a company helps many homeless people to have a roof over their head and hot food to eat."
"I've worked for Salvation Army since 2007."
"I've been with the Salvation Army Family Store for two years now and am grateful for the opportunity they gave me to advance to manager position."
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