There is so much bureaucracy that it's frustrating and often feels hard to do a good job and get anything done.
I've worked here for over 4 years. There is some inequity between employee class types. Faculty members receive paid parental leave, while professional and support staff must use accrued paid time off, but your jobs is protected for 12 weeks under FMLA. As professional staff member, I had to be very stingy about taking any time ahead of the birth so that I would have enough PTO saved to cover (just part) of my maternity leave. Though, it was a comfort knowing I had a job to come back. Also, experiences vary from department to department. Thankfully, my supervisor was open to allowing me to come back part time and work my way back up to full time.
Raises are not easy to come by. The only raise you get is when you switch jobs/departments within the university.
I've never had children, but from what I've seen it's extremely family friendly.
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