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Dean, College of Business and Management – new

Hope International University Fullerton, CA

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    My experience started off great, but with certain changes in the department it became a terrible working environment.

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Fullerton, CA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Fullerton, CA

    I worked at Hope International University part-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    I learned quite a bit while working in the admissions office. I realized how much some if the faculty cared for the interested students. I was given experience of working with certain data controls, etc.

    Cons

    The biggest was mostly the faculty. Once a new boss was brought in, it became a favoritism game. One of the counselors who had been there for years was recently fired because she did not like him. Another counselor I would watch get disrespected everyday because she also does not like her. It was a real disappointment, especially because it is supposed to be a Christian environment.

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    My first few years I really enjoyed working for the company, it was all about the students and their needs. We made it clear that if Christ came first all else would fall into place. But with new management, also came a lot of changes, ones that were not beneficial so far to the department. Employees began to feel stepped on, treated with disrespect, and knew there was favoritism in the office. One thing that was always emphasized with Hope was that our students would not be "just numbers", but that is what you are turning them into. I understand it is a numbers game in admissions and we must meet our enrollment, but each student should be given quality time by the counselors and student workers- also something that has been taken away. I think the idea of putting Christ back in this office is a must; you are losing sight of the fact that it is a ministry above all else. Don't let personal feelings get in the way of management because you will lose a lot of employees this way; as far as I know, you already have.

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