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  1. "IT Analyst"

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    Current Employee - IT Analyst in Brisbane
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    Negative Outlook

    I have been working at Griffith University full-time

    Pros

    work while completing my studies

    Cons

    not enough work lack of job security

    Griffith University2019-05-10

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  1. "Good workplace"

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    Former Employee - Academic Tutor 

    I worked at Griffith University part-time

    Pros

    Good superannuation and fair payment arrangements

    Cons

    Sometimes there is a bit of red tape

    Griffith University2019-09-12
  2. "Great community, structural challenges"

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    Current Contractor - Researcher in Brisbane
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    Neutral Outlook

    I have been working at Griffith University for more than 3 years

    Pros

    In my experience, Griffith University has teams of talented, motivated, and hard-working staff across the university. The sense of community and solidarity that this creates has been really supportive and helped me grow as a professional. There's no shortage of talent, either, with international and experienced staff. Students almost always come first.

    Cons

    Upper management do not understand how important their role as leaders is. There's a reticence to take action, staff feedback is not always sought, and when given it often appears ignored. There's a real lack of appreciation that it is largely goodwill that keeps the university functioning - staff going above and beyond their role descriptions to maintain systems which are implemented piecemeal. When reward and... recognition are considered, these extra-role behaviours are seldom acknowledged or rewarded. Workloads are consistently too high, and insufficient administrative and professional staff create uneven loadings.

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    Advice to Management

    Part of leadership is creating a compelling vision for the organisation, and bringing people on this journey. It means appreciating the unique contributions that individuals make, and creating systems that fairly reward those behaviours which drive performance - in both teaching and research. Workloads must be reduced; the personal costs for this labour are too high. Administrative support is critical to high... levels of performance.

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    Griffith University2019-10-17

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