Does anyone think the annual raise will be higher than the standard 2.2%? VUE made an 18% increase in profit last year. Test centers were responsible for this. VUE carries the company financially bringing in 40% of the company revenue and the test... — read more
This sentence, pretty much explains the culture and mentality that are present at this company for a while.Almost all of my colleagues don’t like each other, and are basically actively trying to sabotage each other whenever the opportunity for that... — read more
While other company departments lost money, it was announced that assessments made money this quarter. Don't be fooled by the poverty wages you make. It's intentional and Vue could do better.
Has anybody else checked their first paystub for November? I see they haven't implemented the first pay increase yet. I'm so sick and tired of this cheap a-s company. Vue employees worked through this entire fu----g pandemic in many states and here's... — read more
Will be interesting to see the November pay increase. Not expecting it to meet market rates. Any thoughts?
Test administrators and others at testing centers are being paid through mid-April. Any word on what might happen after that? I'm wondering if they'll furlough most of them. It doesn't seem like these locations will be reopening soon.
You may as well leave on your own as you will be overworked with no support needed to do the job done. We also have an internal game that we all play called 'how long can you last without getting any pay increases' - most people bail out after two... — read more
Layoffs or not, this company is poorly managed and I advise everyone who has talent to get out of here as soon as possible. There hasn't been any vision for a long time, and without a clear vision and good direction, nothing good can be expected.