Questions and Answers about North Carolina State University

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What is the work environment and culture like at North Carolina State University?

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Dining Hall management is unprofessional and incompetent. More concerned with personal relationships than having an positive environment for employees

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Great and would welcome the opportunity to go back.

Answered - Special Student in the Web Development Department (Former Employee) - Raleigh, NC

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Relaxed and flexible.

Answered - University Housing Resident Advisor (Current Employee) - Raleigh, NC

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Work environment good. Management fair. Multiple break times. Flexibility of work hours on approval by management.

Answered - Food Technician (Current Employee) - Raleigh, NC

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The work culture is great, everyone is up and doing.

Answered - Graduate Research Assistantship (Former Employee) - Greensboro, NC

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Friendly and welcoming

Answered - Student Worker (Former Employee) - Campus Box 8206, 890 Oval Dr, Raleigh, NC 27606

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Very tight, and professional, you feel like if you need help you can go to them for anything.

Answered - Help Desk Assistant (Former Employee) - Raleigh, NC

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The working environment is lovely, plenty of diversity around the campus...as it should be!

Answered - Administrative Support Associate (Former Employee) - Raleigh, NC

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The work environment was amazing. the faculties were pretty nice and they really took me in.

Answered - Office Assistant (Former Employee) - Greensboro, NC

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Generally innovative and values new ideas.

Different groups, departments, and divisions sometimes work on similar initiatives separately which can be frustrating. Groups are sometimes territorial over certain activities.

Answered - Employee Development and Success Coordinator (Current Employee) - Raleigh, NC

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