Questions and Answers about Liberty University

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What would you suggest Liberty University management do to prevent others from leaving?

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Pay your employees what they're worth. Make sure you employ managers (all levels) who actually know how to do their job.

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Wonderful!!! A Great place to Work.

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Leaders should actually like leading people and should be trained well.

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I do realize that Liberty is a not-for-profit university which is completely different from most other universities that exist. I’m still inclined to believe that as a university that proclaims His Name, your salaries should bless those whom you employ. I pray God will continue to bless the work and dream that began so many years ago with Jerry Sr.

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Running smoothly

Answered - Programmer Analyst (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Increase pay to industry standard

Answered - Business Data Analyst (IT Business Intelligence) (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Pay industry average pay. You make lots of money.

Answered - Business Data Analyst (IT Business Intelligence) (Former Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Actually listen to employees. The boots on the ground know how to make their jobs easier and more efficient. Don't run a department from a desk when the laborers can do it better in the field.

Answered - Na (Current Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Increase the pay and stop lying to your employees who manage your critical systems.

Answered - Systems Engineer (Current Employee) - Lynchburg, VA

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Offer more scholarships so people stay to get a master's or PhD

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

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