CSI's Vision with blurred lines
Admissions Representative (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – July 15, 2018
To start with the good, it's a good place to start if you have never gained any professional experience before. You can learn a lot here.
My fellow staff members are what keep me going throughout the day and students can be enjoyable to speak with so many people around the world. Also, you will have independence to do your job.
But, that's assuming you will survive long enough...
MA staff is not treated the same as IL staff. We are almost invisible in their eyes even though we operate the largest campus here. Expect to be a worker bee with no voice because if you complain, then HR will punish you since management won't take accountability.
There's practically no benefits, the compensation is extremely low (30K) and a second job is recommended. There is also no significant appreciation from management, not even holiday parties at the office (unless you're in IL).
I'm really confused with how CSI is looking toward the future because it seems like a slow decline for them at this point.
Senior Management, HR, Compensation