Instructor (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – October 20, 2017
Colleagues had legitimate complaints about workplace bullying and discrimination but HR did not investigate or punish the bullies. Retaliation was an outcome for said colleagues. Other colleagues who have left have been blackballed from applying to other local academic institutions due to gossip and misinformation.
Office Manager, Department of Public Safety (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – October 19, 2017
FIU is a good place to work for. When I was working there the salary for my position was not that good. They had good benefits and the opportunity to attend school which was excellent. My Bachelor degree was mostly paid by FIU.
Research Assistant (Current Employee) – Miami, FL – September 27, 2017
A great place to advance your knowledge in the industry while still studying for your undergraduate degree. This research experience really propelled my career forwards and helped me stand out from my contemporaries.
I worked for them as a learning assistant made $10/hr and it was pretty chill as a student. Really relaxed interview process and did not do much other than help other students grasp mathematical concepts
ASSISTANT MANAGER OF EVENTS (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – August 31, 2017
I loved working with my direct boss but the athletic department was tough to be apart of if you were not in the right crowd. You put in a bunch of hours in the athletic department but the compensation does not usually match.
Doesn't Recommend Neutral Outlook Disapproves of CEO I worked at Workplace Options full-time (More than 5 years) Pros -Great employees make the company's shortfalls bearable. -Fun work environment -On-site gym and personal training Cons -Salaries below market average, while requests for raises are met with being told about pay freezes. -High turnover -While management prides themselves on being innovative or cutting edge, that is little more than smoke and mirrors. -Major restructuring seems to occur every 2-3 years -Lack of transparency from management -Reducing US staff to hire more employees globally at lower pay …
Designed a Dual Energy Solar Collector to be used in a public transportation trolley for the city of Sweetwater in Miami-Dade County. • Achieved a 60% efficiency on temperature gain in fluid, reaching more than 200 degree Celsius with a counter-flow double pipe heat exchanger. • Enhanced power (≈600Watts) to the main battery of the trolley by implementing solar panels on the roof.