The owners of this company are unfamiliar with the operation of an educational institution. They hire industry people without educational experience, or educators without industry experience, sometimes with neither. In one advertisement for an instructor they asked for bilingual language ability but nothing else. Promotions and job placement are a matter of personal favoritism. Measurable competence and accomplishments are overlooked in favor of personal attractiveness and political connections. Executives may offer inducements, but seldom if ever deliver on their promises. Managers come and go with bewildering rapidity. Skilled administrators, e.g. management information specialists or curriculum specialists, may be laid off to meet short-term financial targets. Supplies, materials, and even utility bills may be shorted for the same reason.
Good industry to be in, promised benefits and opportunities
Failure to deliver on promises, atmosphere of insecurity