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  1. Helpful (7)

    "Don't Stay Too Long"

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee 
    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I have been working at Post University full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    decent pay, good people.

    Cons

    If you like being a glorified con artist, then welcome, this is the perfect job for you! Have you ever wanted to convince someone that they can go to school, get a job, and get paid 80k a year, all while they struggled to graduate high school and you know deep down inside that they have absolutely no chance of graduating, but yet you enroll them anyway because you need to hit a certain number? Then welcome, this might be the prefect place for you. Besides enrolling people that have little to no chance of graduating, you annoy the crap out of people by calling them multiple times a day. Management has little to no clue what actually happens on the floor. AD's live in a bubble that allows them to believe that it is totally possible to get 10 students or more each module when the fact of the matter is, you cannot simply convince someone that they should go to school, let alone pick up their phone to have an hour long conversation as to why they should. If AD's did the admissions counselor's job for a week, they would realize how far fetched their goals are. Also on a side note, might we all ask why we were prompted to hide all things in our office pertaining to goals or numbers before the accrediting body came to inspect? If that doesn't scream sketchy, then I really don't know what does. Oh, and while we add fuel to the fire, can we just address the shuttle situation. I can honestly understand that there is not enough parking at the building, which is fine and dandy, but there is no reason why I should have to show up to the parking lot 30 minutes early just to ensure that I won't be late to work. There should be a shuttle (or two) that is employee use only. If not, then management cannot get mad if employees are late.

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    Post University2017-04-11

    Post University Response

    April 17, 2017Marketing

    Thank you for your comments regarding your experience at Post University. Positive and negative reviews are always helpful, as we listen to all feedback and share each and every review with management to ensure the highest level of understanding and continuous improvement. As in all positions, we understand that there are challenging tasks within the Admissions Office. While many of our Associates enjoy the challenges of the Admissions Office and find it enriching work as they help students achieve their educational goals, we do understand that the role is not for everyone. Since your experience seems to differ from others, we would like to better understand your perspective, particularly regarding the lack of understanding of management in regards to what happens “on the floor”. I invite you to share further thoughts on the topic so we may gain additional insights. Feel free to continue the conversation by emailing our Associate Experience Office at humanrec@post.edu. We also understand that due to our growth, parking remains a challenge. Please know that our Facilities team is working on this from a number of angles. We will share your thoughts with them in regards to the shuttle service as they strive to create an extraordinary experience for all associates and students at Post. The Post University Associate Experience Office

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  1. "I love it here!"

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    Current Employee - AE Staff in Waterbury, CT
    Recommends
    Positive Outlook

    I have been working at Post University full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Post offers a very collaborative environment where all ideas are welcome. It is so exciting to be part of an organization that encourages thinking outside the box. Staff, faculty, and students work so well together in effort to reach the common goal – to offer the most exceptional experience to students. The vibe on the campus is very uplifting and supporting students everyday gives you a sense of purpose. I don't work with students as a part of my core role but I feel connected in creating their experience.

    Cons

    I haven't found any yet!

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    Post University2020-01-16
  2. "Not great"

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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook

    I have been working at Post University for more than 3 years

    Pros

    There is a discount on education.

    Cons

    They don't care about their employees physical safety or mental well-being. People quit and leave because the culture is bad but no one cares.

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    Post University2020-03-15

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