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What advice would you give the CEO of University of Phoenix about how to improve it?


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The emphasis for what I was doing in Finance has become so robotic i the sense of how many tasks & things you are doing & notating accounts in a strict format that is very redundant & not always required. The emphasis on being an advisor of quality & focus has been list

Answered - Finance Advisor (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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Please, review the students financial budgets because sometimes there are shortages in the students loan balances for personal loans.

Answered - Student (Former Employee) - Online student.

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New administration is performing as expected.

Answered - Online Associate Faculty Instructor - Humanities (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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More raises
More full time positions

Answered - Customer Service (Current Employee) - Glendale, AZ

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Pay better attention to your employee needs.

Answered - Senior Veteran Affairs Representative (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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My first advice is to not look over qualified people especially through the online programs because we give as much to our students and regulations as on ground faculty does. Secondly, the evaluations that took place changed regularly depending on who did them when they should've been utilizing the same tools for the same purposes. The facilitators did not have any one person to go to in case of an emergency pertaining to the class nor were we invested in professionally to grow with the company. I felt there was a high level of unprofessionalism that constantly took place with no consequences and there was no friendliness or I appreciate all your hard work

Answered - Senior Facilitator (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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I would ask that he focus on staff abilities and skills, rather than personality or gender preferences.

Answered - staff and faculty members (Former Employee) - Tukwila, WA

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Make work more fun and not so boring.

Answered - Campus Operations Coordinator (Former Employee) - Lone Tree, CO

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Not to close down locations that are near bases since most of our students are military

Answered - Professor of Psychology (Current Employee) - downtown Colorado springs

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Make sure that the instructors know that they are there to help, for the most part, most of the instructors were very helpful and gave great instruction. One bad apple should not spoil the whole barrel.

Answered - Full-Time Student (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ

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