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“Wonderful University, but working in the Accounting department was very negative and a miserable experience ”
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I worked at Queen's UniversityDoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookNo opinion of CEO
The benefits and salary were great - lots of paid days off and great insurance. All staff can use the University gym for free.
The negative atmosphere in the Accounting Department was like nothing I had ever seen. It was mostly due to our immediate supervisor, but I think the job satisfaction and treatment of employees was poor in general.
Advice to Management
Upper management should be more involved in monitoring their supervisors to ensure they are treating the employees properly. Also if certain things are promised or stated in the interview to entice someone to accept a position, they need to ensure that those things are actually being carried out.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- No Offer
Very concise interview, large breadth of questions ranging from questions about personal skills and knowledge of student affairs in general. However the interviewers were late for the Skype call. Lasted approximately 40 minutes.
- Interesting questions regarding co-worker conflicts in the past Answer Question
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