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One of the people posting said you can work anytime you want. That’s not how it is in Norman ok. We had schedules. Our management is not as nice as the poster said either. Our manager would put up religious material and I think that is just wrong in so many ways.

Answered May 7, 2019

NONE. And the manager made it perfectly clear be at work when you are scheduled. She said no excuses for weather or sickness.

Answered May 7, 2019

Lack of professionalism. Lack of communication. Pay is below professional standards. Ethics are a joke!

Answered June 29, 2019

Have insight in what everyone in the company is doing and what they are doing well/not well, in a similar standard; remove bigotry/silo's/different pay standards/the bell curve (when i worked there every manager had to give a direct report a one on performance - the lowest; in order to give another person that reported to them a 5). This was published by our president at the time and sent out to anyone with "manager" in their title, including project managers that don't have any direct reports. LOL.

Answered July 5, 2020

Yes you can work from home. No,I am not in this area.

Answered November 26, 2018

No sick leave. And it was made perfectly clear st the interview you don’t call in sick n

Answered May 7, 2019

Don’t do it! There are better online schools out there to work for!

Answered December 31, 2019

Can you use computer, do you have college egree

Answered January 6, 2018

Trying to hit the numbers. They have such rigorous rules and regulations. You must follow a “Voice of Pearson” guide. If you miss too many points and don’t talk long enough, you get brought to an empty office and get talked to about what’s going on. It’s ridiculous.

Answered December 31, 2019
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