I worked at Harper College full-time for more than 5 years
Pros – Excellent administrative colleagues. Excellent Benefits. Solid business practices that assure resources for programs offered.
Cons – Turnover in administration has been quite high in the past 5 years.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company
2013-04-22 19:25 PDT
I have been working at Harper College part-time for less than a year
Pros – Department head and administrative assistants are wonderful. The Center for Adjunct Faculty Engagement (CAFE) really does its job in keeping adjunct faculty engaged and part of a community. The adjunct orientation, in addition to being informative, was a warm welcome to the college.
Cons – No cons at this time.
2013-04-15 15:56 PDT
I have been working at Harper College part-time for more than a year
Pros – You work with really great people (who are on your level).
Cons – The higher-ups are pretty much a-holes company-wide.
Advice to Senior Management – Remove the sticks up your butts.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2013-03-24 13:58 PDT
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I worked at Harper College
Pros – You'll meet some wonderful co workers
Cons – Under paid
It's all about who you know to get ahead
None of the offices work together that needs to
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
2012-01-13 17:59 PST
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I have been working at Harper College
Pros – The work is not very complicated and for my particular office, the co-workers support each other when issues arise. There is a great deal of flexibility in terms of working hours and periods of leave. Most offices are pretty small (around 10-15 people) so interaction with co-workers and management are high.
Cons – The reputation of customer service is not very high throughout the campus and sometimes students/customers treat the staff poorly when they are dissatisfied. Management overall tends to be disconnected with the rest of the staff. They tend to sit in their offices and do not seem very productive. At times the management fail to inform their staff about particular processes or procedures and the staff suffers the consequences (dissatisfied student, more work to fix something, etc).
Advice to Senior Management – There should be more involvement in the day-to-day operations. Important issues that affect the campus\office should be sent out and inform all/most staff. Information should travel down and up through the campus, instead of limited to just management.
2009-05-01 21:20 PDT
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