On average, employees at University of Michigan give their company a 4.0 rating out of 5.0 - which is 5% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest University of Michigan employees are Postdoctoral Research Fellows submitting an average rating of 4.9 and Research Assistants with a rating of 4.3.
"Good, friendly staff and research members."
"Work is great but the pay is very low."
"I've worked for University of Michigan since 2009. I've found it to be a strong company with good ethical values and very friendly environment."
"There are many people working at U of M in their SRO department that are just wonderful to work with. There is, however, way too much politics and a general lack of leadership from some of the supervisory staff."
"I have worked for University of Michigan since 2008. As a graduate student research assistant, I have earned research skills and improved the scientific intuitions."
"I have worked at this location for several years in different positions and it always felt like a community that was striving to better itself."
"I've worked for U of M - Dearborn for over two years. The lab I'm working in can provide enough resource for me to support my academic pursuit. I gave my progress report to my professor in form of presentation in a group meeting, which greatly improved my presentation abilities and oral English abilities."
"I've worked in University of Michigan for two years as PhD student. It is a fantastic school."
"Very good place to study and work. I have worked on two different projects where I was guided in the right way to prosper as well as to excel in technical approach and analyzing, report making skills."
"Worked as a student Hotline consultant. Could not ask for a better student job. Wish there was more opportunity for leadership/growth, however."
"Good place for working, and the benefits are good."
"It was a fun and exciting experience to work with the youth. The professional development experience that I had was invaluable."
"I've worked at the University of Michigan as a Graduate Student Research Assistant at the micro systems lab. I've found the job to be challenging yet satisfying. It's opened up doors for collaboration with multiple research groups working at the frontiers of technology in engineering and medical fields. Colleagues and professors are exceptionally motivated about their work and will take time out to help you. I'd suggest the workplace to a friend."
"Nice people to work with; management is not as concerned with resolving issues and productivity as it is with protecting turf. Poor top down communications. Lacks necessary IT leadership to communicate goals and then take necessary action."
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