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30+ days ago

Assistant Professor, Hospitality & Event Management

California State University, Sacramento Sacramento, CA

, tenure-track appointment at the Assistant Professor rank in the area of Hospitality and Event Management*. This… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Health Science

California State University, Sacramento Sacramento, CA

California State University, Sacramento, seeks to hire a qualified person to serve as an Assistant Professor in… Glassdoor


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    Beautifully Landscaped Campus, Terribly Low Staff Salaries

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    Former Employee - Administrative Support Coordinator in Sacramento, CA
    Former Employee - Administrative Support Coordinator in Sacramento, CA

    I worked at CSU Sacramento full-time (more than 3 years)

    Pros

    The benefits provided are quite good, and if you have accumulated any years of experience as a State of California employee, you bring those with you and can accumulate more vacation and sick leave time. There are many places on campus to eat, and there is always some interesting event to attend.

    Cons

    Staff salaries are far lower on this campus than at other CSUs, and far below what you would be paid for a comparable job at the State, at a community college or in the private sector. While there are training opportunities on-line and on-campus, staff rarely will be given the time to avail themselves of it. Transferring between departments is quite difficult and most new positions are hired as Temporary, leaving you with no real security. Employees have to pay to park on-campus, despite the meager wages they receive. General campus morale is poor and there is little camaraderie or support between departments, colleges and administrative offices. Many managers have terrific skills in political maneuvering, but far less ability in managing staff effectively.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Create a CSUS family, and encourage interactivity between departments. Bring administration closer to the student population. Adopt a "no bullying" policy and apply it to management.

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