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What is the work environment and culture like at Responsive Education Solutions?

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Awful, demeaning, toxic. Rules aren't the same for all. The wrong people hold executive positions. If they have any experience in education at all (most don't) it's from the private sector. They like to interpret the education code as it benefits them. They talk a good talk, but it's all a facade. They claim "nonprofit" but they have a separate company that attempts to write the worst curriculum I have ever seen in my 20 years. They then sell the curriculum to their schools for a profit. Nepotism is everywhere within the organization. Hypocrisy at its finest. They claim to promote family and values, but in all honesty they could care less about you or your family. I was literally told by a supervisor, "I don't care about you or your family. They aren't important." They will use you for whatever they need, then dump all over you. Seriously, stay away.

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The culture and environment are simply awful. Firing people at the drop of a hat. You had better be perfect at your job and then improve or else. They like to dismiss you just before qualifying for a bonus (if it is profitable, goodbye). Kiss some Saturday’s goodbye too.

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Kids are great! Work environment beyond terrible.

Answered - Teacher (Current Employee) - Garland, TX

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Awful ! You will be used for anything and everything . Including but not limited to : shoveling mulch , weekend tutoring , and filing paperwork. You will be constantly reminded that you are salary therefor exempt and can be made to work whatever hours they ask .

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As a department we try to look out for one another and help each other succeed but with every department head change that gets harder and harder.

Answered - undisclosed (Current Employee) - Lewisville, TX

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