Vacation benefits - start with four weeks of paid vacation (pro-rated). Work week is, on paper, a 35 hour work week. Access to significant online learning and professional development resources through the UBC library. Tuition waivers that can be applied for yourself or your direct family. The campus is gorgeous. Workshops, counselling, on-site gym & pool.
The work environment is very toxic. Managers/supervisors are inexperienced power hungry bullies, avoid this place.
What would you suggest University of British Columbia management do to prevent others from leaving?
First of all the union should be supporting new employees more than they support older employees. We are all paying the same dues.
Complaints should be taken serious by HR and some type of remediation could take place to resolved disagreements between staff.
There are no rules in place on how a manager is to treat a subordinate. Managers abuse their authority and seniority in the workplace.
Aggressive, not tactful and you get attacked for suggesting common sense be used.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at University of British Columbia? What are the steps along the way?
You have to be enrolled in a graduate program.
TAship is offered to every graduate student.