Special needs assistant (Former Employee) – Preston, ENG – April 15, 2014
Working for LCC was great, its ashame that special needs assistants are not really required now as the funding now goes to the school and its up to the school to arrange it all. which works out to be pay teaching assistants 1 or 2 with no experience a lower wage to save money. the hardest part of the job was when i left realising that the net is getting wider for these children to fall through.
special needs assistants becoming classroom assistants.
analyst (Former Employee) – Overland Park, KS – March 15, 2018
I previously worked in the Overland Park office. My co-workers were great, but the management was dishonest, lacked integrity, and were constantly losing out on good new projects that would sustain the company for the longterm. The office I was in went from 120+ employees down to about 20-30 employees over a 1-2 year period. Honestly its surprising the office still exists at all. LCC is currently involved in a lawsuit with many former employees from this office for not paying overtime pay that was rightfully due to them.
Receptionist (Work study) (Current Employee) – Eugene, OR – February 5, 2018
A relaxing work environment with not to much chaos but enough projects to keep you busy and focused on the job. We file mail and documents and record data into the computer for faculty along with helping with any task they need. It was enjoyable and fun working at the front desk for them.