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Tenure-Track Assistant/ Associate Professor Faculty Position

The Catholic University of America Washington, DC

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    Current Employee - Administrative Assistant in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Administrative Assistant in Washington, DC

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    CUA has a terrific tuition benefit for employees and dependents. They have generous paid time off, and a holiday schedule that includes a long Christmas break, and half day Fridays in the summer. The campus is nice and everything is relatively close together. Most of the staff are very friendly.


    The location is terrible. The pay is embarrassing and most if not all of the administrative staff is paid poorly. The majority of managers and incompetent. Manager either fall into that role because they have been there forever, they all lack development, and leadership. Or, a manager is technically good but lacks leadership ability and they treat their employees poorly with zero consequences. Senior leadership looks the other way and does not want to address the issue. There is zero opportunity for professional growth and development unless you take a class on your own.

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    Adjust salaries for your hard working staff! Deal with the managers that behave badly and treat employees poorly. Listen to what employees want and need by conducting an employee survey. Management must deal with poor managers instead they look the other way. It's demoralizing to employees. Its no wonder staff turnover is high. Provide employee some professional development.

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