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Adjunct Instructor - Introduction to Management – new

The Culinary Institute of America San Antonio, TX

•Prepares daily lesson plans for classes and teaches classes as requested and scheduled, in a manner consistent with the philosophy, policies, and… Glassdoor


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Adjunct Instructor - Professional Life Skills – new

The Culinary Institute of America San Antonio, TX

•Prepares daily lesson plans for classes and teaches classes as requested and scheduled, in a manner consistent with the philosophy, policies, and… Glassdoor


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L. Timothy Ryan
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    All facade, and no substance.

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    Former Employee - Supervisor  in  Hyde Park, NY
    Former Employee - Supervisor in Hyde Park, NY

    I worked at Culinary Institute full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Committed faculty and staff. Location, the beautiful Hudson Valley, and free food (some food actually is edible, but most of the stuff is overloaded with butter and grease).

    Cons

    Faded Glory, the school is resting on its reputation of the past. Recently, as the school is struggling to meet minimum enrollment to the keep the place afloat, management turned to intimidation and harassment to keep the work force in check. Happy those who were laid-off or fired over the last year. Unqualified employees will rise or get promoted to his or her highest level of incompetence. For everybody else, there is the revolving door.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's time to realize you have reached the point of no return and to resign. Advice to the board: Bring in the cavalry to save the place from its "leadership," bring an end to crony-ism and nepotism, and restore of what used to be a good culinary arts school.

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