A Job But Not an Adventure
Rather Not Say (Former Employee) – Corvallis, OR – July 5, 2012
Turnover rate is very high in some departments. The University culture and Corvallis in general are stagnant and unimaginative. Pay is just okay and furlough days are not mentioned in advance, benefit costs are based upon the completion of health surveys which border on privacy invasion, leadership is hypocritical and uninspiring, the work tedious, feedback negative, co-workers' were clicky and morale was low. The overall environment felt military-like, with little encouragement to succeed. Promotion from within appears difficult for most. Those who have worked there for many years appear to be closed-minded and in control, adding to the stagnant culture. Internal organizational structure is disjointed and ineffective. The student experience may be fine, but if you seek a positive and satisfying work experience, I do not recommend working here.
pretty campus, nice to walk around at lunch
parking, management tactics, benefits, wages, advancement potential