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2 days ago

Enrollment Specialist, Nursing Vertical – new

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Present state university online degrees, via the phone, in a professional, compliant, and positive manner. Degrees offered include programs at the… Academic Partnerships


2 days ago

Art Director – new

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

Academic Partnerships is the industry leader in helping universities bring their academic programs online to reach a global audience. Through our… Academic Partnerships


21 days ago

Part Time Contact Center Generalist

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Present state university online degrees, via the phone, in a professional, compliant, and positive fashion. Degrees offered include programs at the… Academic Partnerships


21 days ago

Information Security Officer

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

The ISO provides policy direction and oversight related to Academic Partnershipss Information Security programs and practices. The ISO has authority… Academic Partnerships


24 days ago

Social Media Content Coordinator

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Create monthly social media calendars for universities • Define and coordinate social media marketing trials • Audit University sites for… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Student Coordinator

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

Academic Partnerships: The most rapidly developing trend in higher education today is the utilization of technology for the delivery of instruction… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Change Management Consultant

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

Position Information: The Change Management Consultant is a pivotal role to achieve partner goals and objectives for scale in their online programs… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Senior Instructional Designer

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

of an Academic Services Senior Instructional Designer include: • Serving as a thought partner for faculty and program directors to help deliver… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Enrollment Specialist, Business Vertical

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Present state university online degrees, via the phone, in a professional, compliant, and positive manner. Degrees offered include programs at the… Academic Partnerships


30+ days ago

Software Developer (.NET)

Academic Partnerships Dallas, TX

• Design, build, test, and support .NET web-based applications for external-facing sites and back-office systems. • Design and develop automated… Academic Partnerships


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    Doesn't Recommend

    Pros

    Great products, short commute, a lot of really great people working there (who would benefit from the company treating them better), and the pay was good.

    Cons

    There are, of course, exceptions, and some teams and managers are fantastic. I just happened to work for a despot who got away with every imaginable form of abuse, Employees' talents are unvalued and their ideas constantly dismissed, and their contributions unrecognized (except in sales). This leads to assignments that are mind-numbingly dull, redundant and unrewarding. And whether I worked my tail off or not, I was treated as though I were the world's biggest slacker. Every attempt to innovate is crushed, collaboration is frowned upon and any kind of push back is severely punished. If employee morale were any lower at this place, it might just dig its way to China. Unless you're a masochist, RUN.

    Advice to Management

    First of all, congrats to AP on stepping into the 1990s by introducing casual Fridays, but your employee turnover is costly and shameful. Finding and keeping the best talent to execute your vision isn't going to happen by offering a free lunch every month or allowing them to wear jeans more often. You need to let them do their freaking jobs, make real and meaningful contributions and have some ownership of their work. Then you need to train your managers to manage humans, not livestock. I gave a one-star rating because Glassdoor's system doesn't allow me to give zero stars.


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