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Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) is an American independent nonprofit organization whose stated mission is to create, find, and support programs that directly improve the health and well-being of children.

Angela shared her horrifying experience, "Ronald McDonald House is a HORRIBLE CHARITY. My 10 year old daughter Had To Have Open Heart Surgery at Boston Children's Hospital, when I called them to stay there they told us "You're child is not sick enough for you to stay here" my daughter never came home again or left that hospital so yes my baby passed away. How sick is not sick enough? Ronald McDonald House is a HORRIBLE CHARITY. My 10 year old daughter Had To Have Open Heart Surgery at Boston Children's Hospital, when I called them to stay there they told us "You're child is not sick enough for you to stay here" my daughter never came home again or left that hospital so yes my baby passed away. How sick is not sick enough?"

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Security (Current Employee) says

"Throughout my 6+ years in this field I have improved upon and learned how to deal with crisis situations and a wide variety of people. My employment within the field of security has taught me about the importance of organization and the maintaining of it. I have been fortunate to work with a solid corps staff members for the most part, learning how to deal with staffing issues on a daily basic and remedy their needs and situations on just about all levels. Management has been there for me upon every request and difficulty. The most difficult part of my job is the unique situation of management where I work as apposed to where I work out of. The most enjoyable part of my job is the moving around. I'm always walking around or responding to a call, conducting reports after words, debriefing with staff after those calls and working together at time with local Police and medical response teams. A typical day at work includes, reports, a lot of walking, responding to crisis calls and potential crisis calls, stand-by, authenticating $ in house, facilitating Cons: very reactive mind set. Not a huge proactive community"

Volunteer Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"Typical day at work is 9 am to 5 pm w working lunch. Depending on your job training is sometimes given. Cons: healthcare"

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Ronald McDonald House Charities full-time Cons: RMHC of the Southwest was one of the most miserable places I have ever worked. Management lacks appreciation for their employees, the work they produce, the contributions they make and the time they give. There is no check and balances within the organization so expectations, measurables, and overall guidelines are not the same from one person to the next. The organization lacks structure and an efficient leader. The practices within RMHC of the Southwest are unethical, from cancelling benefit plans without telling their employees, to pulling retirement funds from their paychecks and NOT depositing the funds into their retirement plans, to holding young professionals to a standard not even they can meet. The culture within RMHC is one of gossip, backstabbing, and favoritism and it's all at the hands of the President & CEO. Please don't think you have an ally in HR either, whatever issue you have with the organization will be excused and twisted into a situation where you are the culprit in every situation. Everyone is to blame but upper management. Do not take a job at RMHC of the Southwest, you will be unhappy, overworked, underpaid, and for what? They have the lowest of low benefit plans, you get paid FAR below the average salary for your position, and you're forced to work weekend events and various after hour jobs with no extra pay or any comp time. Let numbers speak for themselves: in 2 years 22 people quit RMHC; 9 of the 22 in just 7 months. Working here was one of the biggest mistakes I've made in my professional career and I'd like to save someone else the time that I had to waste."

Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says

"I worked at Ronald McDonald House Charities full-time Cons: Incredibly stressful work environment with poor time management coming from above. There are very difficult personalities and an unwillingness to make positive changes to procedures."

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