American Academy of PAs - Laid back environment | Glassdoor
  1. "Laid back environment"

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      Former Employee - Intern - Hourly 

      I worked at American Academy of PAs part-time for more than 2 years

      Pros

      - Work focused on personal development rather than hard deliverables

      Cons

      - Did not often get constructive criticism/feedback from management

      American Academy of PAs2019-03-11

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    1. "Welcoming"

      StarStarStarStarStar
        Former Employee - Intern in Alexandria, VA
        Recommends
        Positive Outlook
        Approves of CEO

        I worked at American Academy of PAs part-time for more than a year

        Pros

        Very welcoming environment, people are nice and work in small teams

        Cons

        I was unable to stay long enough to get an offer

        American Academy of PAs2019-01-16
      • "Very stressful and unpleasant work environment"

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        • Work/Life Balance
        • Culture & Values
        • Career Opportunities
        • Compensation and Benefits
        • Senior Management
        Former Employee - Anonymous Employee 
        Doesn't Recommend
        Negative Outlook
        Disapproves of CEO

        I worked at American Academy of PAs full-time

        Pros

        PAs are pleasant, hardworking people who seem to appreciate the efforts of staff. Alexandria location isn't bad.

        Cons

        Senior management is moody, distrustful, and relies entirely too much on the input of hired consultants, including some who have a hand in every decision made by the CEO. Recently, due to prior bad real estate decisions, the office had to be redesigned in order to accomodate the large number of new hires. A difficult work environment was made worse when all cubicles (everyone except the very senior management is in...

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        Advice to Management

        Trust your team to do the job they were hired to do. Stop micromanaging every little decision. Choose one priority and stick with it.

        American Academy of PAs2019-04-17

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