World Health Organization
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World Health Organization Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus
    87%
    approve of Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus's performance
  • Founded
    1948
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    R10bn to R50bn
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    GENÈVE, SZ
  • Link
    World Health Organization website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 294 reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Data Capturing in Bloemfontein, Free State
on 14 October 2021
Fun Workplace
Different duties everyday... But basically we had to Capture data and update the statistics of covid19 patients. For us we had to connect computers everyday, cause the equipment we used wasn't of the Department of Health.
HR Assistant in Pretoria, Gauteng
on 24 April 2019
Organized with good resources
My point of view with WHO all I can say is that is a good place to work for, I have developed a new skill of being multitask in an advanced way. Being more disciplined and responsible. Manage pressure yet deliver accordingly. Learn different cultures and know more about Health issues and the role played by the department of Health Word wide. Management is good and recognizes the contributions of each and every staff member from top to bottom. Language challenge since I am coming from another province but I am willing to learn it and it also advancing my communication in terms of languages.I am also learning the international language which is part of the requirements if you work for the United Nations.
National Professional Officer (NPO)-Surveillance in Dundo, Lunda Norte Province
on 11 July 2018
Very competive and technical organization
At WHO apart from an excellent working environment, it is a big technical school. We receive technical support frequently from international experts as well as regular technical meetings and conferences.
Receptionist/Office Assistant - from in Pretoria, South Africa
on 21 April 2015
Productive and setting an example
Working hours are from 8am - 5pm from Monday to Friday I learned a lot on the job eg. When i arrived in the organization i was unable to use computer, and now i am able to use most of programmes of the computer with office administration course completed and diploma in office management Management is very supportive in all the area of work/programmes/workplans etc I work well with all my co-workers and i am able to work as a team player in the office I have never experience the hardest part of my job Mostly i enjoy working with booking of courier online and printing, binding, email and filling of documents I also enjoy assisting customers over the phone, through emails and over the counter
Receptionist/Secretary in Pretoria
on 25 October 2012
Technical support
Respond and check email everyday.Assist customers with query and publications.Be positives and know your responsibilities and know what you want.Management - i do not manage much in the office, but i believe i am a good manager and learn from what i am doingI have build a good and trust relationship between myself and my co-workers.Hardest part of the job is when i do not perform well under pressure or when i do not meet deadlines.I enjoy the work when i able to help customers and do what i am capable of doing more and exel.

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