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The only good thing you get from working for this company is the relationship you build with your co-workers.
Basically everything else is a Con while working at Prospect Education. They will set you up with a goal and once you meet it the keep increasing their expectations to ridiculous extents. Mike Dawson is a horrible person and CEO! He has made it his goal to put money in his pocket at the expense of the employees. Finds any way possible to take your well deserved bonuses by finding loopholes to his own severely vague bonus structure plans. Lets people go faster than imaginable and then adds all of their work duties to other employees so that he no longer has to pay for the wages that the person made. Oh and don't forget you will end up having the job duties of various people without receiving a raise. He will let you know that they are only giving a 3% annual raise to employees companywide while he still makes sure to take his lavish trips and leaves employees with nothing. You can literally be the best at what you do and get thrown out like a piece of trash once he is done with you. CAUTION if you enter this company as a director, department head or any other position that is well paid you will be one of the first to be let go! Working for this company has been a huge disappointment and a waste of time.
Advice to Management
Mike Dawson needs to be called out for being a horrible CEO. He has no respect for his employees and needs to learn how to run a business. He has no problem telling you his story of how he got to this position in his life and how his college years were full of bad decisions and drug abuse.... well maybe he should have stuck to the drugs because his practices as CEO are pathetic and absurd. You need to learn how to treat people Mike Dawson and how to run a company. Your plummeting numbers are proof of your poor job as CEO of this company.