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Health and wellness facilities are provided to staff at minimal cost. Sporting facilities are also available for staff to use. staff to
Curtin University is a good place to work. The University encourages work life balance. Also advancement through education and some courses are available for staff. When I was at Curtin my daughter is only 5 years old. I used to take her to the childcare facility near Humanities and see her on my lunch break.
Diversity and every one is treated equally.
Too far from my home.
The mantra "this is how we do things here" rings true. After 3 years of being treated like an outsider, I left. Half the people I met were excellent, but there was an old guard - it is a small pond, and with no where to go, people hung on to their jobs well beyond their use-by date. They breathed all the oxygen and pushed other people out. People were frustrated. I got tired of hearing the complaints.
Salary, flexible work, modest work expectations
Lack of adequate office space, lack of transparency, little hope of change or progression, sexist culture.
I work as a researcher and as I have a small family I have the flexibility of working from home. I oversee all facets of my chosen project and I also do fieldwork which requires me to travel to remote areas and I enjoy the freedom that this project affords me.
I am in charge of my project and have the freedom to try different approaches
Long hours and would like to incorporate more staff
Skills expansion, varied job experiences, well rounded team and working environment, Comfortable working conditions, on time payment and respectable hourly rate as casual.
Experiences and free event entry
yearly staff turn over
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