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26 days ago

Hospice & Palliative Medicine, Department of Internal Medicine

University of South Florida Tampa, FL

The University of South Florida Morsani College of Medicine has an immediate opening for a board certified/eligible Hospice and Palliative Medicine… Glassdoor


6 days ago

Assistant Director of Ticket Operations

University of South Florida Tampa, FL

and duties include, but are not limited to, assisting with the day to day operations of the USF Ticket Office for Athletics events; supervision of… Glassdoor


5 days ago

Associate (assistant) - Ocean Sciences - Earth's Ecosystem

University of South Florida Tampa, FL

education in oceanography. Applicant Requirements: Qualified candidates will employ modern tools of multi-disciplinary science to understand the… Glassdoor


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    Money is not great; No scheduled raises; Hr does not work toward resolution on staff employees behalf

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    Current Employee - Administrative  in  Tampa, FL
    Current Employee - Administrative in Tampa, FL

    I have been working at University of South Florida full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Great benefits; if you want to go to school that is available and you pay for fees, books, but not the class itself.

    Cons

    MONEY, our department does not have money (for certain people), they can come up with money for bonuses for special employees, but the ones who just do their job, in the best way they can, can and do get overlooked. Not enough money, not enough employees to do the job. Everyone is expected to take on additional work to fill in for the missing employees.

    Also, HR does not work for the employee; always keep in mind that if they are employed by USF, they are paid by USF and therefore have USF's best interests in mind. HR does not seem "to hear" what the staff employee is saying, they go to the supervisor and take their side completely. Even if there are inconsistencies in the story, they are not checked out. In my case, I gave my supervisor and the HR rep emails proving dates and conversations. Obviously they did not read it or did not care.

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    Department heads, do not take employee staff into consideration or pay as much attention to them as their direct reports. It's sad that they do not investigate or listen to others regarding the inner workings of the office. They have too much work to do and staff fall through the cracks. My direct supervisor, has never had supervisor training, therefore I did not get a bonus of 1,000, because of her inadequacies in supervising. She told a few different stories about why I did not receive an evaluation, dates were wrong; I even had emails backing up my comments, we were in process of doing review. She did not follow mine through, therefore I did not get a bonus, her other staff's reviews went through fine, however she did not follow mine through the process and I lost out. Eventually told HR, we were so busy, it fell through the cracks. How can they say that when it was not true, she used the wrong DATES as an excuse. My supervisor did not speak to me for two months because she was "mad" at me! Someone needs some training... Not all are like this I am sure, however mine was and these are MY feelings, not necessarily the other staff through the campus gets put in these situations. It is sad that no one looks clearly at some of the supervisors and their supervisory methods or lack of. Not only does she need supervisory training, she needs training in professional behavior, no screaming out of your office, no berating or interrogating your staff at their desk in front of others. If they do not like you, they do what every they want to you and there is no repercussion, HR takes their side. HR specifically said to me, "if you knew she was mad at you, why didn't you go in and ask why"? I actually asked many times, she never gave me an answer but somewhere in there you would think that a supervisor has the responsibility to notify their staff that something is wrong. Not enough staff to do heavy jobs, I had to move items for over an hour and hurt my back doing it, had to spend the next day laying down all day. No apology from supervisor, but the next day, the other admins in the office were wheeling boxes around on chairs, no more moving (?) hmmm too bad that policy was not in effect prior to my situation. My department HR person had to file a workers comp report on me due to my back. I did not take advantage of the situation and paid for doctor bills myself, never made any claims on the workers comp report.

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