Administration (Current Employee) – Brookville, NY – March 17, 2019
People come and go quickly. No job security. Keep your head down and hope no one in upper management notices you. Forget having an opinion becuase if it isn't the same as the Presidents then you're gone. Raises have not been given in over 8 years. No opportunity to advance and tuition remission is basically a joke. Health insurance is good but you'll pay a pretty penny for it.
Everyoone is real friendly
No advancement, Management has no clear vision, terrible morale.
Graduate Teaching Assistant (Current Employee) – New York, NY – March 7, 2019
The managers are not supportive when it comes to availability of a student to work amidst several other things that a student has to take care of. The environment is very unfriendly. I would not recommend anybody to work here.
Assistant Director (Former Employee) – Greenvale, NY – February 6, 2019
The current leadership/management is awful. You can work long hours and meet all the goals set by your supervisor and then get let go by senior management who you have never worked with and rarely even spoke too. Don’t be surprised if your supervisor is fired as well. Very depressing place to work with people always afraid they will be let go next. Students suffer as well with poor services from administration.
I enjoyed working at LIU especially when I received my BA in music and entered my world of the Arts. Unfortunately it was short lived.
House Manager/Administrative Assistant to Provost (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 17, 2019
I enjoyed working at LIU especially when I received my BA in music and entered my world of the Arts. Unfortunately it was short lived due to it being a contract job. Had it been union, I think I would have still been there. I started out working with high level management. It was an enriching experience. I entered a management role and it was easy to be let go of the position. I believe that happened when the economy crashed is why I was let go. However, It was an enriching experience.
Student (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – January 8, 2019
I would only suggest going to LIU - Brooklyn, if you have the funds to attend this school and if you major is highly rated and favored by the university. Otherwise you'll be drowning in debt for the rest of your life. The financial aid people are NOT helpful. They are rude and nasty for absolutely no reason at all.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New York, NY – November 13, 2018
A typical day at work was quiet. I learn how to plan a company's budget. Management was friendly. The culture of the workplace was professional and casual. The hardest part of the job was not receiving training and having to learn everything on my own. The most enjoyable part was working in a college setting and learning.
Assistant (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 15, 2018
Always on edge here. You never know when you'll be fired or funding is cut. At some points we didn't even know budget until semester has started already. The president of the University seems to favor the Post campus over the Brooklyn one.
If you are black you will get a job if your're not you will get denied
Laboratory Intern (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – October 7, 2018
Everytime I dropped off my application I got an eye roll and well call you back. Only thing I was able to get was internship at the lab unpaid no credit through a friend this place is a highway robber.
Videographer and Editor, Graduate Assistant (Former Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – September 4, 2018
My responsibility was about all of the visual arts in the campus, which included a graphic design, Logo adjustment, and video production. Shooting and editing video for professors for the class was my basis jobs as well.
However, LIU also offer the opportunity to learn from the field and t helps me improve my skills.
The atmosphere was very friendly and slow pace. But also as a professional, everyone were very responsible to do their tasks and never left its to anyone else. ^^