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Many questions were involved in the conflict management like how do you feel about changes or explain your project that reqired cooperation from other offices or what would you do to make sure all departments convey the same message to the public? Typical conflict management questions.

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Research study had ended in 2013.😟

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The working hours are great and very flexible.

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Very much driven by employees who have been there a long time and also somewhat unorganized.

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Regular full time staff members accrue 1 day per month sick time and can bank 12 days before they are lost.

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Arrive a bit early to interact with staff if permitted because not only they but you are looking for the best match. If you are a qaulity candidate, be yourself! Transitioning ffom one to the next costs money and timey, so dont waste your and interviews' time by pretending. it may be a good idea to bring your heels with you instead of wearing them, so you dont start with the 'wong foot/feet.'

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Medical, dental, vision, retirement (you pay in 5%, the university kicks in 10%), free tuition for employees (day 1), free tuition for employee kids ( after 2 years of employment), 50% off tuition for spouses or domestic partners, area discounts on insurance, vehicles, and gym memberships.

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Be personable.

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Good benefits. Centrally located. Free employee tuition.

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