Princeton University Company Culture

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Culture Compass - traditional or modern?

2 employees have submitted a cultural assessment on kununu. We've analyzed the data using our model so that we can provide workplace insights that matter to you. Find out what the company culture is like at Princeton University.

Traditional Culture
Modern Culture
Princeton University
Industry average: Hospitals & Healthcare

The four dimensions of company culture

Company culture can be categorized into 4 key dimensions; work-life balance, working together, leadership, strategic direction. Each of the dimensions has its own traditional to modern scale.

Work-Life Balance
WorkLife
Working Together
Task-orientedPeople-oriented
Leadership
DirectEmpower
Strategic Direction
StableProgressive
Princeton University
Industry average: Hospitals & Healthcare

The most voted cultural factors

Here are the most voted cultural characteristics as voted anonymously by 2 users.

  • Use hierarchy for decision-making

    LeadershipTraditional

    100%

  • Always question everything

    LeadershipModern

    100%

  • Support employees

    LeadershipModern

    100%

  • Work without clear processes

    Strategic DirectionModern

    100%

  • Collaborate across the company

    Working TogetherModern

    100%

Most recent culture comments from reviews

Did you know there are 6 culture-related questions when you add a review on kununu? Here is what people have been saying recently.

5.0
Company CultureEmployee
I am lucky to work here
1.0
Company CultureEmployee
Air of superiority and not inclusive of all
1.0
Internal CommunicationEmployee
On paper however information is used as a weapon at times and withheld
1.0
TeamworkEmployee
Management often pins employees against each other by stating untruths about what another employee may have said about you
1.0
Work-Life BalanceEmployee
On paper however if an employee were onto try to exercise it would be frowned upon by management
1.0
Support from managementEmployee
No, management is not interested in employee thoughts only their own personal advancemenf