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As a part time employee I had to use Accrued Time Off

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$20/hr but that is for classroom teaching only. Your training, staff meetings, grading papers, tutoring students, prepping for class time, is all done on your own time, is REQUIRED but without paid compensation. You are REQUIRED to put in hours on all of these, or be terminated, but on your own time, meaning you end up making about $5/hour. That is why they have a VERY LARGE turnover.

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10 vacation days per year. No sick time, no bereavement. You have to use your vacation time to attend IMMEDIATE family member's funeral services.

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I was "grandfathered" into my position once Ross Education purchased Education Management Systems

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Not all employees are eligible for medical benefits - it depends on your schedule. If you are eligible, itt is 60 days or two complete months. I think it is always easiest with an example, so if you started on November 6, your waiting period would be December & January, and you would be eligible on Feb 1. If you started on Dec 1, your waiting period would also be December & January and you would also be eligible on Feb 1. You can always ask your Ross Recruiter to walk you through any benefit information that you need prior to joining the company.

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Watching the Director Tara to force teachers to change grades in order for a student to pass.

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Stable. They have grown since i started

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Stop complaining so much. Treat your workers how you’d wish to be treated

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How do you handle drama in the workplace?

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