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great place to work

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Current Employee - Director in Atlanta, GA (US)
Current Employee - Director in Atlanta, GA (US)

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

Pros

intellectually stimulating, great collegial atmosphere.

Cons

there are no downsides to working here.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Emory University

    Pros

    I worked here as a student, so there were flexible hours and that worked for me. Very 9-5 type job.

    Cons

    Salary was not very high.

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    Emory Campus Life

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    Former Employee - Associate Director in Decatur, GA (US)
    Former Employee - Associate Director in Decatur, GA (US)

    I worked at Emory University full-time (more than 5 years)

    Pros

    Emory is filled with a diverse palate of wonderful people who really do good work for the university and in their lives. Of course there are "bastions of insanity" but there are also very good departments within the division of campus life and outside of it.

    Cons

    As much as Emory touted their belief in life/work balance, there are several managers who do not believe in that. Even working from home one day a week, or trying to work a compressed work schedule ( in a non busy season) was frowned up. That sort of inflexibility and an unwillingness to meet their needs of their employees is tough to take! While there are always a few positions that won't be able to share in such options, it would be nice if managers tried to fight for their employees needs and found ways to meet them halfway. This would boost morale.

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    While there are always a few positions that won't be able to share in work/life balance options, it would be nice if managers tried to fight for their employees needs and found ways to meet them halfway.- especially when these are the same people who work their tails off during the academic year! This would boost morale and make Emory a great place to work again.

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