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What is the work environment and culture like at Liberty University?

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Depends a lot on the department you work in. Generally, coworkers are nice but leaders are not.

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Toxic environment, bad leadership, lower than market value wages of a person with my unique skill set. No further compensation when getting certifications and specialized training.

Answered - Landscape Technician (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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It has been a good experince

Answered - New Enrollment Specialist (Current Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Very strict and harsh not able to talk just work.

Answered - Records Migration Clerk (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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There is a constant fear of losing your job because of a misstep. people have been fired for offenses as small as rolling their eyes, and simply disagreeing with the director.

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Positive and encouraging

Answered - Immunology Lab Teaching Assistant (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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My coworkers were great and I loved those I worked with, but the management is aweful. You are consistently shown that you are expendable and not valued.

Answered - Admissions Counselor (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Wonderful, everyone tends to be very friendly and helpful, creating a very loving environment of people who truly care.

Answered - Leadership, Prayer and Life Group Leader (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Terrible. When I started working there the environment was healthy, but now it has become very unhealthy. You are micromanaged to the point where you cant do your job and anyone over you just tries to get you in trouble at the drop of a hat. The director Jay Bridges is borderline inappropriate at best and creates a culture of fear where he demands the supervisors to constantly remind you that you are not valued and that you could lose your job at any moment. I DO NOT recommend this job to anyone!

Answered - Admissions Consultant (Current Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Really good!

Answered - Athletic Field Technician (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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