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Fun and Interesting Place to work
Customer Service Coordinator (Current Employee), Hialeah, FLMay 13, 2015
Very diverse place to work. Many different people/friends that work together to help out to help each department thrive and succeed
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The worst place to work - EVER!
Director of Admissions (Former Employee), Huntington ParkMay 7, 2015
Pros: None
Cons: Horrible management, unrealistic expectation, constant micromanaging. O
I was the Director of Admissions and trust me when I say the management DOES NOT care about the students and their career aspirations. They tell the Director and admissions reps to "sell to the inventory" which means put the students in the programs where seats are available! I have worked at many universities and this so called "college" is a joke! $20,000 to obtain the same certification that one can get for under $4000 at Downey ROP! There are rat droppings everywhere at the HP campus...talk about employee safety! They will be on you desk when you get in for work and they do not care!
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Employees are overworked and underpaid!
current employee (Current Employee), Jacksonville, FLApril 9, 2015
Pros - Despite the toxic atmosphere, there are some very nice people working there.

Cons - Some of the business practices are unethical. The Admissions Dept is a revolving door. Procedures are unstructured and changes occur without employees being informed. Half of the employees never get a lunch break or have to take it near the end of their shift on a regular basis. Morale remains low and most of the workers are seeking other employment due to stress and exhaustion. The staff of most departments is berated daily regarding productivity, but there is little support or guidance.
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Very negative environment
Admissions Rep (Current Employee), CaliforniaMarch 18, 2015
In an industry that is under so much fire from the government, they sure do seem to ignore a lot of regulations and best practices. The government has taken away any incentive to produce and reward reps, so the only motivation this school can give to its employees is to threaten their employment if they don't make certain numbers. Motivation by fear is never effective. Everyday you never know if you are going to have a job or not tomorrow. Employee retention is horrendous. All they care about is hitting their numbers
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Some Staff Members make it uncomfortable for others
Instructor/ Professor (Current Employee), Miami, FlJanuary 4, 2015
Pros: good place to work with out the negativity
Cons: long hours
The student are easy to work with, except for a certain staff member who make it uncomfortable for others to work.
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Productive and Interesting work environment
Student Support (Former Employee), FloridaNovember 17, 2014
Pros: very little micromanagement
Cons: the company did massive lay offs when they took over without any warning.
In my experience management treated the employees well and vice versa. With the exception of the massive lay offs that took place very unexpectedly. However my overall experience was a good one.
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Former Director of Education
Director of Education (Former Employee), Ontario CaliforniaSeptember 17, 2014
Pros: supportive corporate company to campuses
Good Company to work for, very busy days. Enjoyed working at UEI
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Don't sell your soul
CS (Former Employee), CaliforniaMay 22, 2014
Pros: some good employees
Cons: greedy company.lazy higher ups, dirty industry, shady, employees safety is not important, numbers are
Horrible company...the only ones who advance are the ones that lie to all the poor and unaware students. All you have to do is research this company from former students and employees to see the truth. Teachers are overworked and underpaid....as well as many others. Other campuses that were in the top got shut down for good reason ;)
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Very Coprorate Driven
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Irvine, CAApril 30, 2014
Typical Corporation, need to know the right person to move in the company.
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alredy reviewed
VN Coordinator and Career Services Coordinator (Former Employee), San Diego, CAApril 23, 2014
Difficult company to work for but amazing people managing the process and to work with overall.
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The most incredible experience of my life
Director of Career Services (Former Employee), San Diego, CAMarch 18, 2014
Pros: many happy people
Cons: short-term assignments
Working in downtown Los Angeles was great. Helping people find jobs, screening & interview preparation. The management and co-workers were wonderful professionals. There was always a sense of fulfillment when we helped people get jobs.
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Some advancement opportunity, tremendous amount of turnover
Director of Student Service (Former Employee), Irvine CAMarch 18, 2014
Term them...that should be the Corporate motto. I lasted through three presidents...within three campus three years...very unusual.
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Grateful to have a job
Director of Career Services (Former Employee), Irvine, CAJanuary 14, 2014
Pros: bonuses and trips were awesome
Cons: constant pressures
Day started as early as 5 am and ended as late as 9 pm, depending on daily activities. I was very grateful to be employed, but burned out soon.
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International Education Corporation
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), San Diego, CADecember 31, 2013
Pros: paid vacations days
Cons: no benefits!
The job was rewarding and it was a great way to give back. However, there was always new managers, so you could never know who was in charge because people never stayed.
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Not a great place to work
Senior Admissions Rep (Former Employee), Bakersfield, CANovember 12, 2013
Pros: the instructors are genuine and really dedicated to helping the student succeed.
Cons: under paid, horrible management, favoritism, unethical, disposaple mentality
Not a great place to work. They will low ball your salary and expect you to perform above your pay grade. There is a lot of favoritism. Management heavily believes in "feeding the heavy hand" meaning everything will be given to one person to really excel. If you're not at the top, you will be cut off from leads and tools to make you successful. There is no formal training for those new to the industry. This company has a disposable mentally and you're only as good as your numbers that day. There is a very high turnover in admissions. The company once let go of everyone in the department, brought back a few, then cleaned house again saving a few. I don't recommend the Bakersfield campus to work in. Campus Management is shady, untrustworthy, and highly unethical to include editing time cards to avoid paying overtime.
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Excellent !
Director of Career Services (Former Employee), Ontario, CAJune 18, 2013
Outstanding company to work for, very engaged with their employees.
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Vocational Education
Area President (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CAApril 12, 2013
IEC is a typical for-profit vocational education organization.
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Senior System Administrator (Current Employee), Irvine, californiaSeptember 14, 2012
Pros: n/a
Cons: n/a
This is an edcuation business company. We have over 17 campuses around California and east coast. Primary teachings are Vocational secondary educations such Criminal Justice, Business office Administration, Pharmacy Technician, etc....

About International Education Corporation

International Education Corporation's history dates to 1982 when United Electronics Institute was founded in Los Angeles County, – Read more