University of Warwick FAQ

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Whether it's about compensation and benefits, culture and diversity, or you're curious to know more about the work environment, find out from employees what it's like to work at University of Warwick.

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39 English questions out of 39

6 September 2020

Does University of Warwick offer massages?

Pros

Takes Health and Safety (especially around COVID-19) very seriously. Modern facilities Free milk, hot water, tea and microwave facility.

Cons

Work life balance is non-existent as a PhD Student

Free milk, hot water, tea and microwave facility.

6 September 2020

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14 December 2020

Does University of Warwick have a pension plan?

Pros

Overall work is enjoyable and there is a strong focus on career development and learning. Colleagues, supervisors and managers are understanding, and there is a supportive culture in the office. Facilities and amenities are above average - both in the office and across the campus. Good pension, holiday allowance and flexible hours mean a good work/life balance is easier to control.

Cons

Expensive parking and public transport can be bad at peak times Not as diverse as it could be - not many Women or BAME in the technical/research/Senior staff but this is something that is recognised and the University is very keen to improve

Good pension, holiday allowance and flexible hours mean a good work/life balance is easier to control.

14 December 2020

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2 April 2021

Does University of Warwick offer parental leave?

Pros

good location, good benefits and leave

Cons

politics, change of senior managment

good location, good benefits and leave

2 April 2021

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13 January 2020

Does University of Warwick offer life insurance?

Pros

Calm and friendly work environment, very helpful colleagues and line managers, amazing campus, cutting edge facilities and laboratories, the company and the managers fully support the employees to learn new skills.

Cons

No benefits at all - no health insurance, car allowance, life insurance, share options and other types of benefits. The hiring process is a 'closed-circle'... the candidates have a higher possibility to get hired only if they have studied at the University of Warwick (i.e. have paid a lot of money), or if they have previous professional collaboration with them.

no health insurance, car allowance, life insurance, share options and other types of benefits.

13 January 2020

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17 February 2020

Does University of Warwick offer a wellness program?

Pros

interesting work, excellent benefits, arts centre events

Cons

traffic on site, no opportunities to progress

Advice to Management

Improve succession planning and development

interesting work, excellent benefits, arts centre events

17 February 2020

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