College of Health Professions – Pleasantville, NY
Pace University, a private university enrolling almost 13,000 students was established in 1906 and has a firm base in liberal learning on its two… HealtheCareers
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I worked at New York College of Health Professions (Less than a year)
I left at 5:00pm every day with little to no pushback from my superiors. Nice coworkers at my level. Nice students and faculty.
I worked here for a couple of months full-time in a largely undefined position. I was set up in one department, but was never trained. My boss had only been there a month, and he hadn't been trained either. He was let go a few weeks after I started. I was forced to cover basically every department in the college, none of which was part of my job description. This left me with little time to complete my own work. If the administration was nice and acted like they cared about the employees at all, I would be happy to help out. But they are cruel and horrible at their jobs. The turnover here is astronomical. When I was there, the person who had worked there the longest was only there for FOUR YEARS. And he is no longer with the school. Employee turnover at that rate is a huge red flag! This place is a huge mess. Don't work here. Don't give them your time. You will never be thanked and likely have a hugely frustrating experience. I tried to give this place zero stars, but Glassdoor requires you give at least one.
Advice to Management
GET. IT. TOGETHER. Hire outside consultants to tell you how to run the school and actually listen to their advice. This is pathetic and a total disservice to your dedicated students. And if you can't do any of that, at least try to be NICE once in a while. This school won't stay open much longer at the rate you're going.