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University of Auckland Employee Review

Management is over-paid, while people who do the daily grind are under-paid.

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4 March 2020
Management is not open and collaborative. They make decisions without discussing it with staff. They do not really know what happens on the ground.
$5M was found to buy a house for the new VC, but they don't have money to pay the staff a decent salary.
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