Rather not say (Former Employee) – PA – May 12, 2014
I have to say that I never understood why the media was so negative towards the for-profit education industry until I started working at Delta. I can only speak for my campus (PA) but the staff barely comes to work, managers cut out after 25 hours and they fake their time sheets to be paid for 40 hours. Most of the day is consumed with belittling students and doing as little as possible. Program chairs fake paperwork so that they do not have to actually follow up with students and employers. I am confident that if the DOE knew what was happening on campus, it would be shut down. The worst part is that my boss has tried to fix some of the problems and is only met with resistance. She brings the illegal activity to the senior management's attention only to be shooed away and drowned with promises of eventual fixes that never materialize. As soon as I figured it out, I applied for and thankfully found employment elsewhere.
No effort or skill required to keep your job
Knowing students are not being given the tools needed to succeed
Admissions Representative (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – January 18, 2018
I see a lot of bad reviews on here and I don't know why. I am a current employee in the admissions department. I know that managers can make all the difference in the world, and now that we have all New management things are great. Employees are treated with respect, it's a relaxed and friendly work environment, everyone tries to help the students as best as possible, accommodating schedule options, great pay with lots of available, but not required, OT. It's true they don't give raises, and even when promoted the raises are insignificant, but when you can work as much OT as you want, it can be irrelevant. If you're looking for a career you can be comfortable staying at long term, and not have to deal with a stressful work environment, this is a great company.
Job security, decent pay, helpful management
Training isn't given, benefits are pricey, no raises