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Steve Morgan
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    Disappointing in many ways because things don't change at ULV in good ways.

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    Former Employee - Email and Systems Administrative  in  La Verne, CA
    Former Employee - Email and Systems Administrative in La Verne, CA

    I worked at University of La Verne full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Free tuition after four years.
    Lots of time off.
    Some real good people there.
    The organization shuts down near the end of the year.

    Cons

    In the IT Department, there isn't any real leadership. They have "managers" of course, but I felt there was a lack of leadership and there is a huge difference between those two roles. I also felt that the roles of the managers was a CYA perspective. The status quo has to be kept at ULV even if it is not what is best for the students and doesn't keep up with the changing technology. I think the organization really went down hill when Devorah came aboard. I am sure she is doing a good job raising the national exposure of the organization, but I think she mainly serves herself. I actually was banned from her home because I didn't kiss her husband's butt enough. Overall, I am 100% glad that I was laid off from this place and sent an email to my former boss telling how happy I was.

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    My advice would be to stop treating employees as if they should just be thankful that they have a job and that they should just shut up and not speak up when things can obviously be improved. I would also remind the current President that she is not Oprah, and therefore she doesn't need to be on the cover of almost every copy of the school magazine. A lot of the pictures I saw of her showed the students as props with the focus on her. The focus should be on the students and not be the Devorah show.

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