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30+ days ago

Tenure-Track Position in Nutrition and/or Exercise Physiology

University of Missouri Columbia, MO

The University of Missouri invites applications for a tenure track faculty position nutrition and/or exercise physiology at any level - assistant to… Glassdoor


2 days ago

Post-doc Position at University of Missouri – new

University of Missouri Columbia, MO

Post-doc position immediately available at University of Missouri. Duties are to quantify long-term water quality benefits of conservation practices… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistantship:

University of Missouri Columbia, MO

Precipitation Variability: Climate, Mixed-Land-Use and Complex Terrain A Ph.D. Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) is sought to investigate spatial… Glassdoor


24 days ago

Postdoc position in condensed-matter theory

University of Missouri Columbia, MO

The main focus of the project will be to study excitonic effects in bulk and low-dimensional inorganic and organic materials using TDDFT and… Glassdoor


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    Not the "real world" but a great place to work

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    Current Employee - Office Support Associate in Columbia, MO
    Current Employee - Office Support Associate in Columbia, MO

    I have been working at University of Missouri full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Good benefits including retirement, time-off leave, and holidays. Depending on the department, it can be a low stress environment. Most people are friendly and want to do a good job.

    Cons

    Raises are rare so always negotiate the highest salary possible. Employees are reviewed annually, but it is difficult to reward good employees with small raises and in many cases no raises. Unfortunately, the only way to get a raise is to have an offer and sometimes they will match to keep you if you are a good employee. Management listens to employees, but seems powerless to enact improvements which often come at a snail's pace. Long-term employees are not valued. New employees without experience are often paid nearly the same as long-term employees. Many employees are burnt out and have little to no incentive to improve or move on.

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    Value your employees. Trust them to make the right decision. Don't impede progress. Fight for decent raises.

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