Museum Of Tolerance Reviews

From Glassdoor:

* Pros
Most of the people you work with are very committed to promoting equality, tolerance, fairness, and social justice. Most of the museum staff are nice.
The museum is run by the Simon Wiesenthal Center (SWC), which is a terrible organization. The leadership of SWC pays itself huge salaries (literally google “Overpaid Jewish Nonprofit” and the SWC CEO tops the list in the first article) while paying museum staff minimum wage with no benefits and no hope for raises or career development. Staff are treated horribly by upper management, both in interpersonal interactions and through sketchy business practices. They exploit the museum’s staff by relying on their commitment to one another and to the mission of the museum.

Moreover, SWC does NOT promote the equality and social justice that the museum stands for. Seriously, just google it. If you work here, you will be unhappy. I guarantee it.
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Advice to Management
Look in the mirror and ask yourself if this is acceptable.

* Pros
Opportunity to meet people from all over the world. Flexibility in schedule
Pay sucks, poor management, no benefits, minimal hours

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