director (Current Employee) – somewhere – January 5, 2016
Used to be a nice company to work for, but management got greedy and all they care about is money. they dont care if you are sick and cannot come in to work, they expect you to work 14 hours day but only pay you for 8.
Assistant Director of Admissions (Former Employee) – Upper Darby, PA – July 28, 2015
Its not so much what is done as much as it is who we do it with. The staff here is great and the services we provide are amazing. Lives are changed on a daily basis, and even with challenges the journey is always well worth it..
Lead Instructor for Business Program (Current Employee) – Hamilton, NJ – July 14, 2015
The school is a positive reinforcement in the community. It has given adult students the opportunity to establish some value in their lives by taken careers in medical and massage therapy for a transformation of purpose.
Professional Medical Assisting Program (Former Employee) – Hamilton, NJ – July 9, 2015
A typical day at Harris School of Business is simply you come to school begin your work. You are there for 8 hours a day/ 40 hours a week. The hours are from 8:00 am-3:00 pm Monday-Friday.The instructors are awesome. You have a lunch break and two personal breaks in between classes. At the end of the day you can say that you learned something. The program ends after 9 months.
Director of Student Advocates (Former Employee) – Cherry Hill, NJ – January 21, 2015
Typical day at this company was to oversee the daily activities of the admissions department which include, admissions training and development, review of daily, weekly and monthly sales goals. Meeting of the minds with the school director to increase/ generate personally developed leads. What I learned with working for this company is my likes and dislikes in working for an organization.
Career Services (Former Employee) – Dover, DE – October 13, 2014
Every Monday morning there is a meeting with an upper management person discussing the goals for the week. The goals were set way to high. Students who have graduated need to be placed at jobs. Most of those students are pushed through the system and should not be working in the medical field. I was told that there needed to be 8 new contracts a week. Getting a contract with a doctors office or hospital to take our students was very difficult. As soon as I mentioned I worked for the Harris School of Business, people were no longer interested. After getting a contract, our students would argue with the site or just show up when they wanted to. I was promised one salary and received a much lower one after I signed the contract. They tell you that they have health insurance, however it is through Obama Care! I would never recommend this place. You will never have a family life. Also the way management speaks about students and teachers is totally unprofessional.
seeing a true student graduate. end of the day.
everything. over priced for the "degree" the student receives.