University of British Columbia
Happiness score is 63 out of 100
4.1 out of 5 stars.
Write a review

Questions and Answers about University of British Columbia

See questions about

  • Hiring Process
  • Interviews
  • Working Culture
  • Working Hours
  • Benefits
  • Job Opportunities
  • Working Environment
  • Background Check
  • CEO
  • Company Future
  • Dress Code
  • Part Time Jobs
  • Promotion
  • Work Life Balance
28 questions about working at University of British Columbia
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.
Answered 1 July 2017
Managers everywhere playing dress up.
Answered 22 June 2017
It was good,, warm and not nerve wrecking
Answered 1 April 2017
Varies with the different employee groups
Answered 15 March 2022
You get a 4% raise after your probation. Raises after that point are dependent on job performance. You will reach midpoint of the pay scale after 4 years max. (You can reach it sooner if your director chooses to give you raises). After midpoint, raises are all based on merit in your role
Answered 11 March 2022
The University of British Columbia is backlogged with many vacant roles. Now that things are "returning to normal" there are MANY roles available for applicants to choose from.
Answered 20 November 2021
Overhaul food services management. Remove bullies. Stop favorites.
Answered 26 September 2019
Flexible and made room for interview to be conducted at the comfortable time of the applicant.
Answered 22 March 2019
Please note that all of this content is user-generated and its accuracy is not guaranteed by Indeed or this company.
  • Companies
  • University of British Columbia
  • Questions
Can't find your question about University of British Columbia?