Retail Specialist (Current Employee), Tampa, FL – January 14, 2014
A typical day at work was going in early and setting up for the rest of the employee. When they got there I would take one employee with me and tell them what my boss told me to tell them then I would pull product to set displays and planograms. I did what my boss told me too. I filled out all the paperwork for him. and the hardest job was taking anchors – more... out and moving the aisles and putting anchors back in, I also enjoyed that the most. – less
AR REP (Current Employee), Atlanta, GA – January 1, 2014
Reviewing patient accounts, submitting claims, and taking appropriate follow-up action as necessary with insurance companies and /or patients . Responsible for effective resolution of patients accounts with insurance companies (e.g., third party, government, HMO, PPO and Commercial payers). Handles inbounds calls as assigned in a professional and courteous – more... manner. Identifies and reports denials tends affecting reimbursement. – less
Finance Student Advisor (promotion) (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – October 7, 2013
Pros: co-workers and happy students
Cons: lack of motivational leadership
Assist students with their finance options for school and continued support throughout their program through phone and email contact with some face to face contact. Assist internal customers. I have learned different financial aid policies as well as other finance policies for attending school. I have learned what not do to in leadership positions. – more... My co-workers are all very much team players and want to assist each other to make sure the students are taken care of. The hardest part of my job is working with leadership that is not interested in improving the job satisfaction and does not take responsibility for the lack of satisfaction across the company. The most enjoyable part of my job is when students I have been working with for a long time call me to tell me they are almost done and are so excited to be able to improve their career with the degree they just completed. – less
Diverse organization with Branding & Innovation as a primary focus.
National Sales Manager (Current Employee), Katy, TX – June 18, 2013
Pros: remote environment with local sites to collaborate as a department.
Cons: limited advancement opportunities due to organization structure.
Apollo will attract talent to help enhance branding initiatives and contribute to the vision of the organization and subsidiaries. There is a considerable amount of investment in training and compliance standards. Leadership coaches to competencies and MBOs.
Enrollment Advisor (Current Employee), Phoenix, AZ – June 11, 2013
A typical day at work includes placing and receiving calls to potential students, enlightening them on our core values and programs, that lead to enrolling and supporting them from enrollment to graduation. Management is always willing to educate and help advisors. Co-workers make our work environment family-like. The hardest part of the job is watching – more... students fall short of their goals. The most enjoyable part of the job is watching students graduate and knowing you had a helping hand in the process! – less
student services (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – May 31, 2013
When I first began at University of Phoenix there was all this talk about moving up the ladder quickly and efficiently.. they have now made it almost impossible to move up and even worse, there have been 3 sets of lay offs in the past 3 years!
Administrative Coordinator (Former Employee), Phoenix, AZ – July 16, 2012
Heavy phones,faculty and staff interaction. I worked with various levels of staff from Top Executives to students. I learned to multi-task and incorporate managerial skills. The staff was very welcoming and comforting.