Minnesota School of Business

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Instructor - Information Technology

Minnesota School of Business Rochester, MN

For 125 years, Minnesota School of business has provided students with tools for success, knowledge, skills and credentials that support their… Minnesota School of Business


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Accounting Program Chair

Minnesota School of Business Rochester, MN

For 125 years, Minnesota School of business has provided students with tools for success, knowledge, skills and credentials that support their… Minnesota School of Business


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Health Care Management/Medical Admin. Asst. Program Chair

Minnesota School of Business Rochester, MN

For 125 years, Minnesota School of business has provided students with tools for success, knowledge, skills and credentials that support their… Minnesota School of Business


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    Company portrays they care about employees, it is all a farce.

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    Former Employee - Financial Aid Administrator  in  Brooklyn Center, MN
    Former Employee - Financial Aid Administrator in Brooklyn Center, MN

    I worked at Minnesota School of Business full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Coworkers were wonderful! Liked working with the students to make their educational dreams come true! Education benefit was excellent, free classes, just pay for books.

    Cons

    Upper level management was horrible, they were a bunch of wolves caring only about themselves. The upper level managers that did care were run out or laid off/fired.

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    Work-life balance was ok for the most part. They did not have extra hours that were mandatory to work.

    Company values were a sketchy, it is a family owned/run company, and you can really tell by who is in the upper positions. It was a real compliment if you got hired and didn't know or were related to anyone in the company.

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