RMIT University
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What is the company culture like at RMIT University?

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RMIT University as a whole offers many opportunities to further your personal development. If you work for some of the Vocational Schools, you tend to be treated as a second class citizen by management and the executives. They will often expect you to work on things you are not paid for. If you are a union member and learn you EBA well, you can make the most of t.

RMIT has been and in the throes of much needed culture change. There is a lot of work to be done with regard to this.

Good education environment. excellent staff with amazing teaching skills. good facilities. Good working culture.
friendly atmosphere. good management.

Friendly and casual

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