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Washington University in St. Louis, WashU, is a private research university in Greater St. Louis with its main campus mostly in unincorporated St. Louis County, Missouri and Clayton, Missouri. It also has a West Campus in Clayton, North Campus in the West End neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri, and Medical Campus in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis, Missouri.

A former student said this in a review "The permit costs are outrageous ($500+ per year). Not only does WashU fail to admit students who are from lower socioeconomic statuses, but also make going to school there very difficult for those who do get in because of the huge extra costs of attendance such as mandating freshman to live on campus in dorms that cost $14,000+ per year".


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Faculty (Current Employee) says

"Not good with diversity and inclusion-talk more than actually action. Does not provide opportunity for increased salary or promotions. Extremely clickish work environment."

Clinical Service Representative l (Former Employee) says

"● Work-life balance"

Janitor danforth (Former Employee) says

"This job is horrible they work you like a slaves the supervisors don’t do nothing but sit and talk about workers they want you to pull trash from 6 buildings on the weekends it’s horrible the manger don’t care he’s all about money no free parking high food prices..."

Associate Professor (Former Employee) says

"Bad environment, people unfriendly, a low culture of communication, angry colleagues. Nobody wants to help and make an advise. Everybody concentrate exclusively on their buiseness Cons: nervous atmosphere"

Manager (Former Employee) says

"Very traditional “follow the chain of command” culture. Managers that have been there for years will try to “block” new people from succeeding if they feel threatened Cons: Understaffed departments that are consistently behind"

Appeals Coordinator IBC II/ONC (Former Employee) says

"* racist and unfair treatment"

Nurse (Former Employee) says

"No words quite describe it. Thats it. It was very strange and different from what I thought it would be. Culture is very different than you would think. What is important to them is not what you would think would be a focus from a huge big name place. Cons: everything else pay is horrible"

Registered Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"They will keep managers who steal patients copay they will tell you to pay your for surgery in cash like who really does that and pocket the rest. Then you will get a giant bill stating that you did not pay all of your bill and will dispute it for years. Until a medical professional really gets to the bottom of it and when you find the truth employee of washu they will fire you ."

Appeals Coordinator (Current Employee) says

"The management is very unprofessional. There are a lot of unethical things that transpire in the IM department. There is a lot of favoritism. Racial discrimination and racially divided. People don’t speak up because they are in fear of retaliation. Cons: Horrible management"

Appeals Coordinator (Former Employee) says

"The culture is horrible and very divided,the management is horrible, they all treat you as if you are robot's and/or a child. It is a very racist company! I will never recommend anyone to work for them!! Just SICk!!!! Cons: None"

Analyst (Former Employee) says

"I would not recommend this place of employment. All around baad management, service, employees, long hours, cut people after 20 years and more without notice, replacing you behind your back. Manager's asking employees to report on other employees work and more. Very depressing environment. Cons: Bad management and bad environment"

Police Dispatcher (Current Employee) says

"Nothing else to say about this place. It started off as a dream job and turned into a nightmare. I'm over this place already though. It just wasn't in the cards for me."

Lecturer/Instructor (Current Employee) says

"Insufficient parking on campus. Employees charged over $!000 per year to park. Poor pay, poor work-life balance, no advancement, lack of innovation, mostly administrative work, mind-numbing, isolating. Cons: You'll never measure up while your job skills erode and your soul turns to stone."

Postdoctoral Research Associate (Current Employee) says

"After 7 years' employment, your child/ren get free tuition at Wash U, or half of their tuition paid at any other university. That is the major benefit of working here. The sick leave and vacation are standard. The health plan is United Healthcare, which has a reasonable monthly cost but sub-par copays and coverage."

Medical Records Clerk (Former Employee) says

"this is an ok place to work if you are someone that is looking for partime work Cons: work schedules are a mess"

Analyst (Current Employee) says

"Unfortunately after over 10 years of post-PhD experience i have found the most inept management imaginable. Cons: Everything"

Medical Assistant (Former Employee) says

"I would not work here again ever HATED IT!!. the managers are rude and talk to you in a very degrating manor, there is one nurse who will probably never leave who thinks she is the boss of what everyone does, she is a psycho. washington university has great benefits but this particular department needs mental health on site at all times. I was having heart palpitations from the stress of this job."

Administration (Former Employee) says

"My mom taught me if I didn't have anything nice to say, not to say anything at all. Cons: was demeaned."

HR Generalist (Former Employee) says

"Busy, didn’t learn anything from the supervisor, direct management insecure, culture is clickesh, hardest part is learning the job with no training or guidance, professors"

Medical secretary III (Former Employee) says

"I was called Talaban from another employee and stated that I was going to blow Everyone up. I reported the incident, but it wasn't taken seriously. I was even told by my manager to be the bigger person and reach out to the same employee that insulted me. That employee never lost any time away from work, nothing. She kept drama circulating throughout the office. Then my boss started trying to say I was Missing too much work, which I wasn't. I told them that I wouldn't be forced out. I am the victim here....They ended up firing me, saying it was my attendance and the employee that made racial remarks still has her job. Forget Wash U."

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