University of Vermont
Happiness rating is 70 out of 100
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $500M to $1B (USD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Burlington, VT
  • Link
    University of Vermont website
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Rating overview

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Associate Director in Burlington, VT
on August 8, 2022
Good balance. Good people. Okay salary and flexibility but depends on your area. A lot of recent changes since ive left. Not as rooted in social justice as it was just a few years ago.
Manager in Burlington, VT
on July 23, 2022
A great sized institution if you want to work in a public research university. Salaries aren’t as competitive as I’d hope at the staff level outside of manager type of roles.
Building Controls Engineer in Burlington, VT
on June 16, 2022
Unions are for companies that do not treat their employees properly. Management is not union, so there is plenty of Us against Them. Not a good working environment.
Office/Program Support Specialist in Burlington, VT
on June 1, 2022
Benefits keep increasing, salaries do not. People leave and don't get replaced, making the remaining employees having more work added to their already busy workday. Internal employee hiring is non-existent. When changing retirement guidelines (staff age and years of service) administration thumbed their noses at the long-term employees who did not meet the two buyout criteria by not providing sliding scale options. I have no respect for upper management.
Oral chemotherapy oncology nurse in Plattsburgh, NY
on May 5, 2022
Working at CVPH was terrific for a small town hospital. There is not much diversity, mostly due to the location. There are plenty of opportunities for growth if that is what you choose. I would recommend CVPH to others looking for a work/life balance.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

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How I could handle a difficult situation dealing with a customer conflict?

Shared on April 13, 2017

I was a volunteer but they were very strict about my availability and commitment to the position.

Shared on September 13, 2016

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