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30+ days ago

Financial Aid Work Study Assistant

Franklin University Columbus, OH

Candidate must: be detail oriented; dependable; a self-starter; require little supervision; have accurate data entry skills; be able to get along… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Math and Statistics Tutor

Franklin University Columbus, OH

Pre-Algebra: Topics include fractions, decimals, percents, ratios and proportions, basic statistics, basic geometry, signed numbers, order of… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Constituent Relationship Marketing Work Study Assistant

Franklin University Columbus, OH

• Communicate with account executives, and clients if necessary, to determine needs for automated email communication • Create workflows, and… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Office of Military & Veteran Affairs Work-Study Assistant

Franklin University Columbus, OH

Candidate must: be detail oriented; dependable; able to multi-task; proficient with Microsoft Office products; have strong communication and problem… Glassdoor

9 days ago

Desktop Services Technician

Franklin University Columbus, OH

Franklin University is seeking to fill a full-time Desktop Services Technician position. This individual will be responsible for assisting students… Glassdoor

15 days ago

Student Desktop Technician

Franklin University Columbus, OH

Hours are flexible and will vary depending on the candidates availability and the workload of the department. The ideal candidate will be able to… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Accounting and Finance Tutor

Franklin University Columbus, OH

• Cost behavior, cost-analysis, profit planning and control measures. Hours… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

M.S. in Marketing and Communication Adjunct

Franklin University Columbus, OH

The University promotes a student-centered, quality-teaching environment. Founded in 1902, Franklin University has been the leading… Glassdoor

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    Steer Clear Good Ole Boys here!

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    Former Employee - Cook  in  Columbus, OH
    Former Employee - Cook in Columbus, OH

    I worked at Franklin University


    4 weeks of vacation from day 1 if you are in salaried position. Breakfast on Tuesdays & Thursdays. Undergraduate tuition for immediate family is free. There are some positive non-egotistical people still working at university. If you are a good ole boy, you'll fit right in. Diversity is average. Only a few diverse individuals peppered amongst the technical infrastructure group (no women though). They are starting to hire diverse populations from other countries - with ONLY the bottom line of "cheap salary" in mind. They love it when you spend your low salary for tuition and books at the university, you'll be able to keep your job. The technical environment is sub-standard.


    "Good Ole Boy" entrenched in technology department
    Lack of respect toward employees
    Lack of competence in senior CIO position
    The chief of staff is not aware of some of the undermining of (her) that is wide spread amongst the good ole boys in technology infrastructure and management. The people she feels have her back (think again).
    Many of the employees have worked at Franklin and no where else. This limits their professional perspectives
    Lack of provided training and sub-standard leadership on projects
    Quick off the cuff solutions
    Only a handful of employees are respected and they are the one's bullying new or other employees.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Look closely at those occupying leadership positions: there you will find reasons why talent jumps ship. Look also at your lead developer who harasses employees.

    Behind closed doors in offices, management will harass an unsuspecting new employee, all the while, holding their jobs over their head.

    Respect those that hold up the university: the average employee

    Doesn't Recommend