Pantry Worker (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – July 22, 2019
Some managers need sensitivity training, and to stop Verbally abusing employees, and talking down to workers, some will treat you worst than a Dog.. great benefits, and flexibility with moving around, and pay Increase.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – February 15, 2019
I worked for Yale University back in the '80s, but then my family moved to Massachusetts and I wasn't quite ready to strike out on my own yet and so I had to leave. I was an administrative assistant and the job was rewarding and I felt like I was part of a dynamic team. I'm trying to return to work there now.
Research Assistant I - Temporary/Per Diem (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – February 7, 2019
Honestly it really is a great place to work!! I enjoyed working with the staff here, it is a supportive and inclusive environment. They provide really good hands on training. I would still be there if I was able to work full time.
Athletic Dept. - Operations Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – February 6, 2019
I worked on a temporary, part-time basis for Yale during their Calendar year for sporting events. On a typical day, I would either collect tickets or help out with sporting events. I would also help customers with any questions or concerns. I think the bosses were very respectful and I would recommend anyone to work for them. The only thing about the job that I didn't like was the management and at times it felt very unorganized.
Financial Assistant 3 (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 14, 2019
Yale Univesity is great working institution that have great managment personnel, "open-floor" for working structure and great workplace culture. Overall, great opportunity to make career at this university.
Research Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 11, 2019
It has been the greatest best experience to have worked at Yale University. Great place for advancement, learning, networking Excellent benefits Union oriented The hardest and most stressful part of working here is being laid off at the Interim Employment Pool. Although they pay full salary and benefits during the 6-18 month period in it, if another position is not found within that period then unfortunately you are out. It is the first time in 12 years that it has happened to me.
Most of the work was done in the home with the family which was Great
Family Support Worker (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 9, 2019
Family support Services was my introduction to Human Services. The staff there were like family . At the time I worked there my children were school age and it was to their benefit that my hours were flexible . Working for family Support Services also introduced me to Department of Children and Families and Mental Health Services in New Haven CT. Yale Child Study Center gave me the ability to understand people with Mental Health diagnosis and taught me how to incorporate my knowledge of Menral in all aspects of my life .A Gift !
Many learning opportunities off site, trainings trainings, trainings . It felt like school sometimes .
We used our Personal Vehicles, there was no compensation for car maintenance
RESEARCH ASSISTANT (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – January 8, 2019
A typical day includes -Reading the plans described from the day before -Setting up lab notebook and experimental apparatus -Performing various experiments on RNA i.e. extraction, RT-qPCR, Western Blotting, cell culturing, etc. -Reports findings on a weekly basis to the PI
Graduate Research Assistant (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 7, 2018
The experience varies from grad student to grad student, but I benefited greatly from time here. Most days were just focused on research, but I also had the opportunity to be a teaching assistant, which was a great experience. I feel prepared to enter into a career.
Postdoctoral Fellow (Current Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 3, 2018
Very active and dynamic work atmosphere. Very collaborative and inclusive. You learn a lot and you evolve quickly. People are friendly and help out,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
Safety Advisor (Former Employee) – New Haven, CT – December 2, 2018
The office where I worked had a white board with magnetic dots to ‘’track” where each employee was at any given time. Clearly this office has very little trust in its employees. The name of the game here ‘ who can I blame today to make myself look good’ . This place is a dream for bullies - you can yell, demean and humiliate people as much as you want. Such unprofessionlism would be called out at any other place - but here it actually makes the person get a ‘ employee of the year’ award. Such is the travesty of this office.