While working, we had a sense a pride because YPI is a non profit, however, things changed the longer I worked there. It seemed as though everything we did was for a profit, often at the expense of our students. Management was not willing to listen to our suggestions, even though we often felt that we were not as productive as possible. In the end, the company decided to subcontract (to the company with the worst reputation). This was disheartening because we would pride ourselves in being different, and in the end, YPI sold out to the highest bidder.
Decent benefits. Great Coworkers
Priorities not set properly