Continuing Education within a academic environment.
Answered - Administrative Technical Assistant (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Very relaxed for stats consulting.
Answered - Statistical Consultant (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
The work environment is stressful.
Answered - Mechanical Technician (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
It's fine, most of the people are much more extroverted than me, so it gets loud. But they seem to have fun so...
Answered - Lifeguard (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Frustrating... Management doesn't know the work. Yahoos fresh out of college with no experience in the field.
Answered - Telecom/Network Technician I (Current Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Progressive and leading edge technology center
Answered - Staff Diversity Inclusion & Engagement Coord. (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Institutionalized abuse of grad students. We were given the lowest priority of any type of student or employee, but in addition the institution turned a blind eye to anything our advisors did to us. When I left there had been two major external reviews (one by the GA University System and one commissioned by the Grad Student Assoc.), both of which condemned the management of grad students in very strong terms. I personally knew a number of people who quit because of the workplace abuse that was common there, and the only reason I was able to graduate is because the department chair stepped in (my advisor was just not going to let me leave his lab - I guess because he didn't want to have to train new people). I have heard things have improved since then, but while I was there it was pretty awful.
Answered - Graduate Student (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA
Georgia Tech is a great place to work, everyone is friendly. It has great pay and benefits,and not as stressful.
Answered - Production Control Analyst (Former Employee) - Atlanta, GA