This campus is very community-driven, but policies for women are very traditional and influenced by the University's Catholic faith (I.e., no birth control coverage). Maternity leave is bare minimum from FMLA -- any time paid is only due to using accrued sick/vacation leave (which you are forced to use) and disability insurance. Much of campus office space is cubicles, and pumping spaced are nonexistent and you have to push for some to be designated. Hours are nice (8:30-4:30) and lots of flexibility for doctors appointments, working from home when kids are sick, etc.
Our staff is made up of a mix of male and female positions. However, our upper management is dominated mostly by males. They do a great job of supporting women and their success but it would be nice to see more women in leadership roles. Maternity leave seems to be well respected and supported.
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Does not honor work/life balance; employees are expected to be available 24/7, work 60+ hours a week, utilize a half or full day PTO for something as simple as a one-hour 8 a.m. doctor appointment, and flex time doesn't exist. Morale is low and atmosphere is based on bullying, intimidation, belittling, and humiliation. Staff has turned over more than 50% in the last year alone.0%
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