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Mount Royal University Employee Review

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5.0
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6 May 2020
Mount Royal is a great school if you value quality connections with your peers and your professors. It is very easy to get around and if you live on campus there is endless fun to be had with their recreation facilities.
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Programmer Analyst - II (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
Fun place to work with lot of free Gym facility for employees. Lots of learning opportunity and free enrollment in classes for empoyees.Lots of restaurents on campus .
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Lots of parking options and learning opportunities
Cons
Low wages and unnecessary office polotics
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MRU has a very toxic culture and it is very hierarchical. Every Feb-April prepare for cuts and hope your job isn't impacted. The good news is that cuts are never actual business decisions and are personality based. Usually it is the employees that speak up. A lot of people run around with titles and are experts in everything based on their title, but truthfully they know little else.The toxic culture starts at the top and flows down.MRU lacks any real processes and it is very much a juvenile organization with constant politicking and empire building.
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Free gym, some really good people
Cons
poor management and constant cuts
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Employee (Former Employee) - Calgary, AB
It was good a work environment in my group. I do question senior leaderships decisions when going into a tough budget time they were adding more executive positions that have no counter part at other post secondaries. How did they expect to pay for them except lay offs?
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