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We are required to work extra, saturdays!

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People have moved on because they were stressed and physically sick from working there.

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Depends on what kind of mood the "boss" was in.

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The interview process took 6 months and I spoke with multiple people. I don't remember, but I do remember thinking how does these question pertain to what i will be expected to do?

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Explore new ideas no matter what level had them. Bring back challenging the status quo. Look to reward employees somehow with some type of bonus structure that is allowed by the government with Private Education.

Lead from empowering your employees and not by fear with threatening their jobs. Publish engagement surveys as they used to be, more transparency. I would rather work for a company that is honest about us all being in the success together than a company that hides, omits or doesn't speak of the serious problems we have as an organisation. The company that has the in this together mindset, is a company I would work myself to the bone for.

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Be prepared that salary doesn't mean 40 hours a week it means what ever they tell you it is.

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I was not in this department but I am a graduate of Carrington college and would encourage anyone to further their career

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You are giving people a way to become a professional in a field that mandates specific training. Trades are not a worthless piece of paper....the education is required to get into these fields in most cases. I didn’t have to sell a dream we made those dreams realities.

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Same as other places

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