Questions and Answers about Ross Education, LLC

Here's what people have asked and answered about working for and interviewing at Ross Education, LLC.

Ask a question

Your question will be posted publicly. Please don't submit any personal information. Guidelines
The best questions are directly relevant to Ross Education, LLC.
  • What is the work environment and culture like?
  • How are the working hours?
  • What are some tips for doing well in the interview?

9 questions

Not all employees are eligible for medical benefits - it depends on your schedule. If you are eligible, itt is 60 days or two complete months. I think it is always easiest with an example, so if you started on November 6, your waiting period would be December & January, and you would be eligible on Feb 1. If you started on Dec 1, your waiting period would also be December & January and you would also be eligible on Feb 1. You can always ask your Ross Recruiter to walk you through any benefit information that you need prior to joining the company.

Answered by Ross Education, LLC

See 2 answers
Report question

$20 an hour, but they only get paid for class time of 4.5 hours. All the extra hours of grading, tutoring, prep work, office hour, meetings and in-services are all unpaid so it ends up being around minimum wage or less.

Answered

See 2 answers
Report question

Stable. They have grown since i started

Answered

See 2 answers
Report question

Health insurance, but not good for instructors. Very little paid time off. No paid holidays for instructors. Only part time, but worked well over full time hours.

Answered

Report question

Management's lack of professionalism, respect, and knowledge regarding classroom instruction.

Answered

Report question

It's absolutely the pitts for instructors. You get next to nothing. I believe it added up to approximately 16 hours a year or something close to that. No sick time, and health coverage that didn't meet minimum government requirements.

Answered

Report question

Not sure but I believe its 18 per hour or more but only part time most instructors work other jobs

Answered

Report question
Be the first to answer!
Report question
Claimed Profile