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University of Florida (UF) Reviews
Certified Pharmacy Technician (CPHT):
UF Health is a great place to to work. The benefits are great and I love the people I work with. The only gripe I have is that there is too much micro management... Particularly in my department. Overall, my experience here has been a positive one.
The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is exceptionally corrupt. There is no organization or mission among the administration and the few people they do hire to promote the college are not listened to, their expertise not respected. Bullying from higher-ups is common, and concerns about toxic work environment fall on deaf ears. People are shuffled around, and placed with supervisors who have little competence to manage even the most talented staff, who have huge workloads because the college is too cheap to hire enough people--then, they blame the hardworking employees for not meeting deadlines. The pay is low for the industry. Overall, UF benefits are good and UF is a great community--just avoid working for this particular college at all costs.
Data Entry Clerk in Gainesville:
Pros: It is a little laid back and you aren't micromanaged but you have no room for advancement or pay raises.
Cons: The fact that I am ops with not hope of advancement or pay raises
Overworked and Underpaid.
Secretary in Gainesville:
Pros: Training and Development opportunities
Cons: It's all about Faculty, Students and Administrators. Not staff.
Medical / Clinical Laboratory Technician in Gainesville:
Pros: I enjoy the benefits and I have a good relationship with my coworkers, most of the time. It is fulfilling work.
Cons: The politics are very frustrating, to the point of guarding our supplies from being stolen by neighbouring laboratories.
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