Instructors pay is below the standard, and the company primarily hires PT instructors to avoid paying benefits. Morale fluculates depending on the DOE and Campus President. There also tends to be a constant turn-over among staff, which can alos affect the campus overall morale. The students are often good students, who are willing to learn.
Most campuses push for in-house promotions, and many do move up in the company.
Overall compensation for your work
Teachers make a few dollars over the current minimun wage and normally cap at $23.00 per hour.
Job security really depends on the employee more than the company. Many have been with the company for years. Some departments do have minumun quotas that must be met, or they are terminated, i.e. Admissions, Career Services. and student retentions per instructor.
Needs lots of work, especially getting in and out of the downstairs classrooms. All doors are manual, but there are working elevators on the site.
Classroom doors are often left unlocked for anyone to walk onto campus and into the classrooms.
What I like about the company
Their classroom sizes and instruction material is excellent.
What I dislike about the company
Their sub-standard pay to professional instructors and their lack of benefits. For example, the company will hire 3 part-time instructors for one class, rather than affording excellent instructors to work a regular 8-hour shift.