Merchandise there product was fun
Answered - Independent Contractor (Former Employee) - Detroit, MI
Respectful, fun, and a great learning experience
Answered - Business Office & Learning Resource Specialist (Former Employee) - Fresno, CA
Collaborative work environment, supportive, but slow to answer most questions. They trust employees to complete things on a fairly flexible schedule.
Answered - Pre-College Community Relations Developer (Former Employee) - Greenville, SC
The work enviroment is high pressure, fast pace, meet deadlines and goals. The people are wonderful to work with and I get alot of satisfaction with helping students get enrolled and stay in school. I work with management and advisors to meet their required goals and feel postive about what I bring to society
Answered - Start Co-coordinator/Manager (Current Employee) - Fort Lauderdale, FL
It was always an adventure and experienced so much.
Answered - Medical Instructor (Former Employee) - Fort Worth, TX
You are treated like an adult, so it is up to you to get your work done. They will give you what you need to be successful.
Answered - Admission Advisor (Former Employee) - Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Teaching the courses themselves is a pleasure. Dealing with admin is like having a root canal
No respect whatsoever. (although, they do make it sound like they're listening and will do something).
New and promoted administration clueless
Answered - Adjunct Professor (Former Employee) - Virtual
I work in an office where employees are divided into teams based on their assigned shifts. The structure requires team synergy. There monthly expectations to be met in order to help bring revenue to the company.
There are many weekly and monthly competitions to help motivate each team to perform well.
Answered - Admissions Counselor (Current Employee) - Plantation, FL
It is a regular cubicle setting in the office.
Answered - Accounts Receivable Associate (Former Employee) - Hawthorne, NY