Student Accounts Coordinator (Current Employee) – North Brunswick, NJ – August 5, 2018
Great people to work for - like helping out students, however management could be better with communication. Also, it doesn't feel quite like having a temp position leads to a full time. Job security - not there, it seems.
Corporation trying to survive Industry downsizing and Government regulation
Director (Former Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – September 17, 2018
The organization use to be a great place to work but for the last 7 years has been experiencing a significant loss in business due to changes in the industry and government regulation. For the last several years about every 6 months there is corporate downsizing and constant reorganization to the point where corporate culture is constantly changing causing employee fatigue. Adtalem offers a good work life balance with flexible schedules and the ability to work remote in some cases. They also currently provide tuition benefits if you are interested in continuing your education but that may be ending soon a they are selling off many of their US related institutions
Flexible work hours remote work
Lack of management direction, constant reductions in workforce and change in management style
Senior Student Support Advisor (Current Employee) – Chicago, IL – September 5, 2018
Working at Adtalem has been a fantastic experience. I would recommend anyone to work at Adtalem because the culture is fantastic, the department attitude focuses on a very team-oriented outlook and there are plenty of opportunities for career advancement and self-improvement.
Technical Support (Former Employee) – Oak Brook, IL – July 31, 2018
People from different departments would always be happy to help. Benefits were examining and executing the new website. There was some data blending. Practicing phone calls enough made it become very easy to pick up. Had to do some charts, that were very interesting and fun. Created very impressive visualization. Was a good investment to my time and effort.
Market in where job opportunity increased my knowledge of the college where I graduated
Not a lot of tools, could not connect to all the data visualizations very easy
TA Team Member (Current Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – July 30, 2018
Job Work/Life Balance - I finally found a place where I can work full-time and still spend quality time with my kids. I am able to work remote 3 days a week. Management is so understanding and flexible. I am able to do my job well with the resources provided and have the opportunity to development in other areas.
As a workplace they need to improve in providing the various offices with better direction. The hiring process is very lengthy and the positions take a long time to be filled. Too many vacancies caused overhaul on departments. The new hiring management team is not familiar with the product flow and roles. Better representation of their team leads is needed.
Good People to work with. Respectable Environment.
Senior BI/Analytics Developer (Remote Contract) (Former Employee) – Downers Grove, IL – July 11, 2018
Lots of daily meetings. Flexibility to work from home remotely. Free Coffee. The company is in flux currently with a lot of changes occurring. It appears that due to the changes, there are a lot of staff being either relocated or changing positions or roles.
Free Coffee, Good People, Flexibility to work form home.
State of flux, confusion about what happens when and to whom.
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Northridge, CA – June 22, 2018
Reeling from massive FTC false advertising settlement, the company is in perpetual decline. Changes from 2017: what was a positive working environment is now a declining, negative place, Corporate culture is non-supportive, communications poor, managers conniving, back-handed. Consolidation has saddled too few people to assume responsibilities they are unqualified to assume.
Highly demoralized workforce.
Product quality output has degraded to the level of deficient and generic.
Insider exec info is that the company is on life-support, might have another year.
A Good Corporate Citizen With a Focus on Work-Life Balance
Copy Editor (Current Employee) – Remote – June 13, 2018
Adtalem provides employees with a culture of care and access to a variety of work-life balance opportunities including flexible hours, telework, remote work, and more. The for-profit education industry is currently in turmoil, so the only downsides to working at Adtalem are related to the chaotic industry, itself, rather than the culture, mission, or leadership within the company.
Cash Administrator/Accounts Receivable (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – May 14, 2018
This has been one of the best jobs that I have had. I have learned so much and the work/life balance is amazing! They are willing to work with their employees and for this the employees work even harder.
Technical Support Specialist I (Current Employee) – Long Beach, CA – May 1, 2018
working as a team, and understanding the basic needs of an employee was at its highest. working with great team make me a better person, and thought me basics of how to coordinate work duties in a timely manner.
Student Support Advisor (Former Employee) – Chicago – April 4, 2018
I’ve been employed 5 years at the company with a student facing position. Leadership gets no training or assistance in how to lead. This company is extremely political and all the individuals who are in management have been buddies for years and they do now welcome change or ideas. Unless they make the changes. They listen to maybe 1 call out of thousands and find that an effective way to evaluate talent. The management staff could not do their subordinates jobs. There is no organizational cohesiveness, one team may do things one way and another team does things differently. The managers do use profanity along with the directors. The pay is ok but could be better, the work environment is like a roller coaster depending on numbers, the benefits are pricey.
Admissions Advisor (Former Employee) – Online – March 19, 2018
It used to be a great company to work for, however after some changes in leadership the place went all the way down. It's a for-profit organization so you know what to expect but these people were not following the new regulations of the industry and it was like working for a used car dealership. It's sad because they lost a lot of great employees in a very short time period? I don't see this company lasting by the end of the year?
Senior Finance Analyst (Current Employee) – Naperville, IL – March 18, 2018
I worked at Adtalem formally known as DeVry Education Group for over 10 years. The work/life balance is great and so are their benefits. However, their salary is not too competitive and other people in similar positions at different companies make more money. I have run dry with the management at Adtalem. It's all about quantity and not quality and there is not a lot of engagement to be happy and enjoy your job.