Its that time of the year again! After a policy of not back filling attrition, the company is hiring 30 employees for a particular team in Columbia. In addition to a swelling of contractors that are being trained by current employees, this does not... — read more
Topics regarding layoffs at Blackboard Inc.
WASHINGTON, July 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- University of Phoenix is expanding its partnership with Blackboard through 2022 as it delivers on its commitment to provide leading edge solutions to meet the unique educational needs of working adult... — read more
insert rolling eyes emoji. what a sh--show.
"With so many online program management companies offering similar services, many market observers agree: something’s got to give." https://www.insidehighered.com/digital-learning/article/2018/06/04/shakeout-coming-online-program-management-companies — read more
It is no wonder the old CFO is gone and a new one is in place now. The top is filled with nothing but process obsessed IBM failures. This is my personal opinion.
Had been there only 90 days after BB aggressively recruited me. Be very careful going in, I know many folks who were laid off in the same time period. The fish rots from the head! — read more
My experience with BB was not good. The mgmt is substandard, they are overly aggressive and they market the hell out of everything. I do not trust their numbers, it's my gut feeling and I have nothing to back this up but everything at Blackboard... — read more
One more time.
More layoffs in Killeen today, 03.21.2017. Appears to be the norm with Blackboard.
Seems to be much more targeted this time. Implied that it's driven by the new direction the new CEO wants to move the company in
The company is up for sale - more layoffs will come, 100 were just laid off
As usual, Bb laid off about 200 people (some were called position eliminations or not filling open spots) in order to try and make their numbers look good to private equity ownership and potential buyers. This has been repeated every year since... — read more
Blackboard laid off about 100 people this fall due to poor financial performance - no growth and high costs - and apparently is continuing to "restructure" and eliminate positions at the end of the year.
Blackboard Inc. has laid off 90 employees, according to a source with knowledge of the job cuts, the second major round of layoffs since the education technology company’s $1.64 billion buyout by Providence Equity Partners LLC last year. The staff... — read more
Blackboard has been know to buy competitors and to dismantle them imediately after the purchase - look what happened to Prometheus or WebCT...