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Anonymous shared this review of Temple University, United States on Jun 3rd, 2019
"My current supervisor is very accommodating to my needs as a young mother. As a postdoc though, we are considered temporary employees and receive no maternity leave."
Anonymous shared this review of Temple University on Sep 19th, 2017
"Beware of bullying and favoritism. Also beware of age discrimination."
Anonymous shared this review of Temple University on Jul 16th, 2017
"The overall administration of the university does not adequately recognize, compensate, or support the tremendous contributions of administrative staff, the majority of whom are women. This is particularly true in student affairs roles such as advising. There can be great comradery within departments and colleges, but overall TU leadership has a very hierarchical attitude toward staff and does not seem to grasp the importance of administrative staff who support students and keep the university running on a day-to-day basis. This is apparent in the lack of adequate compensation, scattershot promotion system, and the lack of real development opportunities for many of us. "
Anonymous shared this review of Temple University on Mar 11th, 2017
"Experiences vary by department. Entire campus could benefit from bias training. "
Anonymous shared this review of Temple University on Mar 21st, 2016
"Temple has a good maternity leave policy for faculty. I felt that women were treated equally there, and there are women in high profile, leadership positions. I did not feel judged for taking maternity leave and was very well supported through my pregnancy and through two periods of illnesses ( both broken legs). There are opportunities for advancement for women there and I would recommend it to a colleague to work there. Work-life balance is difficult here, both because of commuting issues and demands of the workplace, which is why I only gave it a "B.""
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