Concordia University Wisconsin Employee Reviews about "opportunity"
82% would recommend to a friend
(12 total reviews)
100% approve of CEO
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- "good people to work with" (in 14 reviews)
- "Flexible, Minimal difficulty, friendly coworkers" (in 4 reviews)
- "Staff if friendly and I like my fellow coaches" (in 4 reviews)
- "Its a family friendly work environment and a beautiful location." (in 4 reviews)
- "Benefits are better than most companies." (in 4 reviews)
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Updated Nov 18, 2023
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- 4.0Apr 12, 2021Program CoordinatorCurrent EmployeeMequon, WI
Flexible, caring, education benefits, opportunities to move between departments.
Promotion and pay increase opportunities are slim.
- 5.0Apr 12, 2013Adjunct FacultyFormer Contractor, more than 5 yearsGreen Bay, WI
Adjuncts were valued and respected as equal partners in serving students. There were numerous opportunitiesitiesities to teach different courses at two CUW locations in Appleton and Green Bay. The Christian mission of the University was evident in the campus administrators and staff.
There were no full-time positions for instructors in the school locations outside Mequon. Even teaching a full-time load didn't afford the opportunity to be a full faculty member.
- 3.0Feb 25, 2018Student WorkerFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Flexible, Minimal difficulty, friendly coworkers
can seem discriminatory at times opportunities for growth lacking1
- 5.0Apr 16, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
The hours were flexible and management is understanding of schoolwork and outside curricular projects and activities, knowing that being a student is a priority. Concordia University is a Christian school, which creates a warming environment in which to work, and other employees are great to be around.
Quite a few students wish there were more on-campus opportunities to work, although I never had any problem finding a job. The pay system is a little confusing as to when you get you will be getting a paycheck. Pay is minimal, although because it is an on-campus job, the convenience is well worth it (to some).
- 5.0Jan 8, 2023Cafe BaristaFormer Employee, more than 1 year
Working in the offices as a design marketing intern was really great! I was able to have a flexible schedule that allowed me to come in around my class and other work schedule.
There wasn't a lot of structure or real strict deadlines for projects, but that also provided the opportunity to take my time to learn specific design software and provide multiple variations to my manager.
- 3.0Jan 7, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, less than 1 year
It is in a beautiful location and for the most part, everyone is very welcoming, kind, and treat you like family. They have a beautiful mission and you are free to exercise your Christian faith there. Chapel is everyday during the school year which is a nice break during the day for a spiritual refill. The benefits are outstanding and there are quite a few perks associated with working at a university.
There is a disparity between administration and staff, as well as tension between non-exempt and exempt employees. It is exceedingly difficult to change how things are done and it is also difficult to speak plainly about work performance. The wage/salary is less because it is a private institution, but the benefits make up for it. The hardest thing is that the mission is so beautiful and you feel like you cannot live up to it because of opposition from people in upper management. There is also limited opportunities for advancement unless someone retires.
- 4.0Oct 3, 2014Anonymous ContractorCurrent Contractor, more than 5 yearsMilwaukee, WI
The company hosts chapel every morning for staff, faculty and students. Very faith based. They also have bible study weekly with a free lunch. Exercise programs and many opportunities to volunteer in the community. The quality of the people is great. Flat organizational structure so it is easy to send ideas up the ladder for guidance.
Everyone has three jobs so plan to work hard.
- 3.0Jul 15, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, more than 10 years
Good Christian environment. Benefits are better than most companies.
Limited growth opportunities and communication with staff. Stuck doing the same tasks with no growth. Little appreciation for achievement.2
- 5.0May 31, 2021Anonymous EmployeeFormer EmployeeSheboygan, WI
Flexible with classes No commute Various departments and opportunities
Limit total hours Unable to receive raises beyond set annual