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Registration Manager

Johns Hopkins University Washington, DC

of the job: A. Performance Management: • Supervise Registration team, consisting of three staff members in 2015. • Conduct annual reviews • Staff… Johns Hopkins University


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    Horrible Management, Bad Working Environment

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    Former Employee - Research Assistant in Washington, DC

    I worked at Johns Hopkins University

    Pros

    Most of the junior staffers were very pleasant people to work with.

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    The challenge was not the content of the work. The organization is essentially an event organizing institution for the Korean government. The work is typical boring think tank work that does not translate beyond the walls of the office and has no implication on the real world. The real challenge is working with the higher level staff, who don't acknowledge or appreciate junior staffers. There is a lot of favoritism in play. Multiple staffers, including myself, have been discouraged by management to pursue a career path because of our gender (being women). Overall just a bad place to work and progress. Wouldn't recommend it to anyone looking to pursue a career in international affairs.

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    Rigorous organizational restructuring is very crucial if the institution wants to stay a bit relevant in the Korea policy community and salvage the last of its reputation. Additionally, perhaps by providing better benefits, staffers might overlook management and want to stay at work longer than a year.

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