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- Huidige werknemer, meer dan 3 jaar★★★★★AanbevelenDirecteur-goedkeuringZakelijk vooruitzicht
Good pay - very diverse range of tasks - challenging work - broadens your global perspective - busy agenda - small team - excellent location.
Busy agenda - sometimes hectic.
- Voormalige werknemer, meer dan 5 jaar★★★★★AanbevelenDirecteur-goedkeuringZakelijk vooruitzicht
To be fair Gulag IFLA is nowhere near as bad as the others. Our hosts at the KB pass food from the snack machine under the fence and some people have escaped. Also the logo is not an unpleasant shade of green.
Entering Gulag IFLA is entering an environment of total control to cover the weaknesses of those in charge. I am inspired to write this review because of the obvious 4* one in a sea of 1*. IFLA is not about doing the right thing. It is not about helping libraries. It is about looking like it is doing the right thing. It is about looking like it's helping libraries. Image is manipulated whilst behind the scenes staff suffer all the things that the other reviews say they do. What is unique about Gulag IFLA is that staff come with high hopes, to use their talents to do good. But find themselves in a world where excellence is not to be rewarded, but suppressed. Where almost their every action is dictated for them. Where IFLA does achieve good things but where staff are forced to watch it massively underachieve because of its leadership issues. As others say - there is talk about the conditions in Gulag IFLA - about our working hours for example. This not the reality or expectation. As time goes on, the more and more blatantly leadership tries not to address the issues but to cover them up. Damaging the work and reputation of IFLA even further because it's so obvious. This leaves IFLA increasingly not the voice of the global library field, but the joke of the international world.Verder lezen