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Professor in Kelowna
on 15 June 2021
administration is brutalIncreasingly resources are being devoted to administration (new hires and salaries) and not faculty and student initiatives. Administration is not fair.
Teaching Assistant in UBC
on 10 March 2022
35/hrsNice wage, friendly environmentI like the working experience there.The only thing is being a TA is just a temporary job. Sometimes, it is not secured.
Manager, Technical Services in Vancouver, BC
on 15 February 2022
Work itself is fine, but management doesn't seem to care about employees. Expect layoffs due to mismanagement of funds at the high level.Work itself is fine. It's the management that is the problem. Management doesn't care about hard working employees, and don't expect any advancement or promotions. Toughest part of the job is lack of support from management.
Intern in UBC
on 23 December 2021
Fun and supportive workplace, there is worklife balanceVery collaborative team, supportive and willing to provide extra support for new associates. Some perks includes free lunch, and depending on your department, managers would let you sign early on Fridays before long weekends.
Research Assistant in Kelowna
on 18 March 2021
great placelove it a lot, met a lot of amazing people as a research assistant. also appreciate the fact that I was able to gain experience in a world-renowned institution.
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