The University of Queensland
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  • Company size
    5,001 to 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1.5bn to $7bn (AUD)
  • Industry
    Education
  • Link
    The University of Queensland website
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Reviews

Postdoctoral Researcher in Brisbane QLD
on 24 March 2022
Excellent place for researchers
An excellent university with very professional management and advisors.Lab facilities are up to date. The quality of the research is very good. I have enjoyed working at UQ. The drawback is the limited opportunity for longer-term contracts.
Tenured Lecturer / Assistant Professor in Brisbane QLD
on 3 May 2022
Out of common sense, Racism, Bullying, Bureaucracy.
Interesting place but more on the negative side. Most staff work under stress, without vision and open talks among colleagues. Come to work here and you will regret it. Best wishes.
PhD Researcher in St Lucia QLD
on 11 February 2022
Hierarchical bullying and restricted thinking
In my case things seemed great at first, but it became apparent, after a year or so, there is a pretty strong bullying culture. Not amongst peers, but from those directly above you in the hierarchy. Cooperation and creative exchange in terms of research was basically completely discouraged, neither was there real room for creative thinking (thus no innovation).
Summer Research Scholar in St Lucia QLD
on 14 January 2022
Lots to learn, flexible timing, fun working as a team
The schedule is totally flexible. No matter the starting time at 8am or 12pm, finishing the job for the day is what it's all about. Lots of machines to learn from. Good time to hone presentation skills.
Undisclosed in Undisclosed
on 25 August 2020
Don't work here as a casual
I worked at UQ as a casual for about 3 years until June 2020 due to the Coronavirus. I had been promised by my manager last year that he would make me a permanent employee but that never happened and when the Coronavirus hit, I lost my job. UQ let go all casuals effective immediately and now we are all stuck with no job prospects. Permanent staff have been offered the chance of redeployment and they can apply for internal only jobs but casuals cannot. UQ does not treat casual staff with integrity and I would not recommend anyone works here as a casual staff member!

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