Answered - ENROLLMENT COUNSELOR (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Answered - Enrollment Counselor (Former Employee) - Clearwater, FL
Constantly worrying about layoffs, getting written up for not saying the buzzwords they are looking for even if you are providing exceptional service to the students.
Answered - Academic Counselor (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Going in each day wondering if it will be your last day.
Answered - Senior Veteran Affairs Representative (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
The micro-management. Very big company with lots of red tape, doesn't allow for you to work to your full potential
Answered - Student Services Coordinator (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
If you are an instructor, the stress level is fairly low because you get to work from home and during hours you choose.
Answered - Enrollment Counselor (Former Employee) - Las Vegas, NV
Have few classes to teach.
Answered - Online Instructor (Current Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
The constant threat of being laid off
Answered - Operations Manager-College Articulation (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
The company seemed to be under the gun all the time. This stress trickled down from management to employees and pervaded the daily environment. The coaching model for employees was based on micro management and focus continually changed.
Answered - Finance Manager (Former Employee) - Salt Lake City, UT
I do not approve of their inconsistent methods of reviewing instructors.
Answered - Instructor - resigned (Former Employee) - Several