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Anonymous shared this review of Emory University on Jan 28th, 2019
"Great if you want a job, but not promotion. Managers are not well trained, and often very bad at running programs or managing. Faculty are not natural leaders and make difficult and inexperienced managers. "
Anonymous shared this review of Emory University on Feb 1st, 2018
"As a Graduate Assistant, I had amazing female mentors and saw many women in leadership."
Anonymous shared this review of Emory University on Dec 14th, 2017
"Depending on your department, women and men are treated equally. There is also a great resource on campus for women - The Center for Women. "
Anonymous shared this review of Emory University on Aug 20th, 2017
"At Universities, there is a hierarchy which can put employees at the bottom. Also, because staffing turnover is low (tenure) there can be a lot of antiquated ideas about the roles of women in the workplace. Be ready to have it assumed that you're a secretary/admin rather than in leadership."
Anonymous shared this review of Emory University on Mar 24th, 2017
"The challenge with tenure is that it gives professors the right to do almost anything they please without the possibility of firing (unless it's illegal). It also gives them the power to stay in the job for an eternity. Beware of working for professors; the culture of Universities can be very misogynistic and the professors have a certain immunity in perpetuating that. "