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Allen School of Health Sciences – Phoenix, AZ
This position is the first level within the Online Advisor job family. Under supervision and upon completion of an initial training and certification… Allen School of Health Sciences
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I worked at Allen School of Health Sciences full-time (More than 3 years)
Before 2010 when the new COO started the company was about it's people. 8 hour work days, xmas bonus, could take your time off, and they listened. Read the Cons section because all that is gone.
When they brought in the current COO this entire school changed. I suppose the owners thought he knew was he was doing but he has no clue. He got rid of everything that is in the pro section of this review and then it only got worse. He became abusive to the point of yelling, kicking you out of meetings, calling you names, embarrassing you in front of the entire staff, playing staff members against each other, constantly telling management "were broke, we may not stay open long", walking around calling himself "Jesus Christ", intimidating anyone and everyone when he came to Phoenix, and the list goes on. I have never been afraid to work for a company until they hired this man. I was always scared wondering when it would be my turn to be the victim of his tenacious wrath. Many employee's told the owners of this mans flat out abuse and they didn't care so because of that, I have lost all respect for the owners and that says a lot.
Advice to Management
This advice is to the owners. You built this school from the 60's into a very respected and great place to work. You threw that all way when you hired the "con artist". What you have yet to figure out is he has no idea what he really is doing but has con'd his way into your company. He destroyed everything you built. Shame on you for not being brave enough to take back your company.