Great mission, poor implementation
Admissions Associate (Former Employee) – Dallas, TX – August 13, 2018
My particular manager repetitively called me "little missy." This manager fell short on a number of projects, and instead of taking accountability for their mistakes, would place the blame on the associates working below them. It lowered morale, and made it hard to stay motivated during busy seasons. In this person's defense, they could be a more successful manager if Parker University implemented a mandatory leadership training program for all university directors, as most reputable universities do.
Great benefits, and I loved the mission of chiropractic and encouraging students to pursue their dreams. My teammates were mostly awesome, with the exception of the manager.