According to numerous Chamberlain University staff, a large number of CU staff were given notice of layoff on 2.11.22
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Was fired this week. They said they fired me because I live in CA. I had taught online for them since 2018. I was forced to move from DeVry to Adtalem. They said they meant to fire me in July, 2022, but somehow I was overlooked until the new time keeping system was implemented. I did get a severance package and a nice hourly wage until this last term ends. Still, that's a cr---y reason to fire someone. So the last contract I signed means diddlysquat obviously. They must be in a bad situation.
This company is continually breaking itself down bit by bit in order to keep shareholders happy in the short term.
Not really shocked by this. Won't be the last either.
200 plus layoffs across Chamberlain. Admissions, student services, clinical, career services and alumni. Sounds like higher salaries were jettisoned. Decent severance as some had been employed for 10 years plus. Straight salary dump. Revenue generating jobs in BD were somewhat untouched. But I would think eventually those would be impacted as well. Will it help short term, sure. But the Walden acquisition looks worse as they are just losing students when listening to the earnings call. Thanks think enrollments will decline until 2025 on some industry reports I’ve heard in general. Online healthcare programs growth wave no longer exists consistently.