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Hollins University Reviews

4 Reviews
2.6
4 Reviews

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Nancy Oliver Gray
3 Ratings
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    Disheartened

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    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I worked at Hollins University full-time

    Pros

    It used to be a great place to work, where everyone felt like family and we cared and got to know each other. At heart, it's a really great institution with a lot of great history and traditions.

    Cons

    What used to be excellent benefits (excessive paid time off, community events, employee recognition, free classes) have been significantly cut. Many employees have become displeased with working there and the environment has truly declined. The students, faculty, and staff have all felt and noticed it, but administration seems to either be oblivious or worse, not care. There's no room for personal or professional growth, and administration does not listen to complaints. The priorities of the administration are way off base and the rest of the campus feels neglected and unimportant. There are a number of significant human resources issues. It's not the pleasant environment it used to be. Unfortunately most of the people who work there are career-minded and love(d) Hollins and will probably cut what could be a long, valuable career at the university short because of these oversights.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Consider listening to your employees, since most of them are on the front line with students, prospective students, students' families, and the community and can give you valuable insight as to what isn't working and why people aren't happy. Most people love this school and want to make it better, but that can't happen when the people who make the decisions are turning a blind eye to what the concerns are.

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