University of Victoria
Happiness score is 60 out of 100
4.1 out of 5 stars.
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University of Victoria Careers and Employment

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About the company

  • Founded
    1963
  • Company size
    1,001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $650m to $1bn (CAD)
  • Industry
    Government & Public Administration
  • Headquarters
    Victoria, CA
  • Link
    University of Victoria website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 159 reviews and is evolving.

4.1020183.9520193.9220202.8020213.502022

Reviews

Parking Maintenance Officer in Victoria, BC
on 13 July 2022
Awesome place to work
Work load is non stressful and adequate. I have learned a lot about my job and other people from my department. workplace is very professional and fun. management is supportive and understanding about personal needs.
Clerk in Victoria, BC
on 20 July 2022
Worse place I've ever been employed
Horrible nepotism. If you aren't a child of an employee or married to one... forget it. The management skills are questionable. They shift people who are unfit to supervise from one area to another. And God help you if you tell the truth.
Research Assistant in Victoria, BC
on 15 June 2022
Horrific Supervisor in Sciences
Supervisor would frequently berate me for making a mistake. Nice in person, however they could be very nasty on email. Instead of mentoring and helping guide and teach they just left you without guidance. I had to set up my own times to meet with them instead of them making time for their student.
Teaching Assistant in Victoria, BC
on 13 June 2022
Good diversity and inclusion
Worked as a TA here. The professors and program directors are very nice and value students' contributions. The pay and scholarships are enough for supporting ourselves.
2 jobs - Development officer and then Prospect Research Officer in Victoria, BC
on 28 May 2022
Recruitment/retention below par
UVic pays below national standard.Do little to retain or encourage retention of staff once recruited.Pride selves on being budget minded but one of only universities in Canada that doesn't allow staff to audit courses or have lower rates to take academic or continuing ed courses.Has great Business school but HR practices are stuck in the dark ages.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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What they should have asked was are you willing to work with a sociopath.

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