Lincoln Tech - No direction in company and management does not care about it's employees | Glassdoor
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"No direction in company and management does not care about it's employees"

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Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hartford, CT
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Hartford, CT
Doesn't Recommend
Disapproves of CEO

Pros

The ability to change a student's life and give them direction towards a rewarding career in their future. Watching students graduate and be excited about where they are going.

Cons

Expenses were not paid on time.
Upper management was unable to solve the issue for over 6 weeks.
No consistent direction for how job was to be performed
Management did not work with team to direct and assist in completing job duties
Treat everyone like a paycheck.
No concern for employees and their needs only care about the needs of the company. Three people were fired during my 2 month stay with the company for bogus reasons just because they needed to meet a quota.
No funds for marketing materials to be competitive with other schools.

Advice to Management

Corporate should take a serious look at the local campus levels and not just in terms of how many leads they are getting. Local management should set up weekly meetings with new hires and spend time in the field supporting them. In addition, you should really consider how you treat your future employees when you tell them you are going to do something you should really hold to your word.

Other Employee Reviews for Lincoln Tech

  1. "Great Place to Work"

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Former Employee - Admissions in Nashville, TN
    Former Employee - Admissions in Nashville, TN
    Recommends

    Pros

    good pay, family atmosphere, opportunities for advancement, generally good management at all levels (from the top down), good benefits and hours

    Cons

    government regulation of the industry can cause headaches, and although they are overcoming those, it can be worrisome and there is not enough support from upper management to make you feel secure. i was told i would get a raise one week and then was laid off 3 weeks later

    Advice to Management

    i know you are still reeling from recent government regulations, but always make sure that you treat employees right. Someone who has been there longest should have the opportunity to stay before someone who was just hired


  2. "They provide me a place to champion the underdog, encourage those who want to gain independence."

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    • Work/Life Balance
    • Career Opportunities
    • Comp & Benefits
    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Instructor in Cincinnati, OH
    Current Employee - Instructor in Cincinnati, OH

    Pros

    It is a specialized niche in Higher education
    Opportunities to raise the level of student expectations and readiness for workforce
    Many ways to affect development of peers, academic and staff.
    Huge potential for the organization to develop into a premier respected and competitive college/career school.

    Cons

    Changes occur rapidly and often without adequate consultation/information.
    Strategy for growth is not promoted and celebrated.
    Tendency to micromanage.
    The brand name does not live up to itself...Technology is inadequate at best.
    Little effort to share/exploit learning of its professionals.
    Pay scale is lower than many competitors, especially non-profit and other Higher Ed colleges.
    Too many reports, often redundant, and to a degree requiring excessive oversight of student motivations and attendance.

    Advice to Management

    Allow greater latitude of regional executives to modify strategies to accommodate local culture, needs and interests. Engage executive/leader forums from key companies in each area who need and use our students. Let them influence decisions for future courses, skill training needs, etc. Increase opportunities for short-certificates and special interest programs like Entrepreneurship, PMI, APICS, basic accounting, and human resource management certifications.

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