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Great company and developed alot of welding skills and others as well.
Welder (Former Employee), Plymouth, MNApril 8, 2015
Pros: Pay, Raises and Benefits great, Skills and productivity is rewarded. Organization great too.
Cons: Management was a little unreasonable at times, and was bankrupt for a couple of years but got out of it quickly. layoffs too.
I really learned how to become a very skilled welder when working here. I got many welding certs for AWS,CWB and ASME section 9 with TIG 6G pipe, Flux Core 6G, MCAW, GMAW. Learned and followed very stringent codes for TIG and Flux Core welding and X-Rays were very common. Learned how to operate heavy duty cranes and move giant steet structures over 25 tons at a time. Operated in very confined spaces and in very high elevations.
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Excellent company to work for.
Program Manager (Current Employee), Oak Brook, ILMarch 18, 2015
Pros: treated employees very well per team outings, and spared no expense with corporate outings and holiday parties.
Cons: no warning at all per the lay off and losing my job.
I very much enjoyed my time with Deltak / Wiley Corp as a Program Manager. They have been very good to me throughout my employment there.
Per lack of work, I had been laid off with severence to look for a better opportunity.
Working as a Program Manager, I had the opportunity to work on start up programs which consisted of building and coaching new teams to work successfully withing an enrollment structure.
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Career stopper
Executive Program Manager (Former Employee), Maitland, FLDecember 30, 2013
Pros: lots of celebrations
Cons: management
You are basically a telemarketer. You must call a minimum of 300 prospective students a week, and the lead base will have you calling the same people for over 2 years every week to make the 300 dials required. You do phone interviews and average from 3-5 a week, the rest of the time you dial the phone. Management doesn't care about you, you are just a number. Don't expect to get promoted based on production, I was a top producer and was told that I would never go any further because I didn't kiss butt. You have to play the game if you want promotions. They don't want you to find ways to improve anything either, that is a huge career buster. I enjoyed my co-workers. We tried to have fun and supported each other.
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Had Working people with a family feel
Manufacturing Scheduler/Sourcing Coordinator (Former Employee), Plymouth, MNMay 22, 2013
Pros: nice hours and 401k plan
Read Blueprints and sourced drawings. Helped out at Switchboard for breaks and lunches. Checked inventory levels and ran reports. Determined Order levels for stock/bin items and sent ordering numbers to purchasing. I learned that as a group we could pull togather and put Deltak on top again and again. My co-workers were more like family.
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Great
Admissions Counselor (Former Employee), OrlandoAugust 12, 2012
Great place to work. Work life balance was excellent. I wish I could return to work there.

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