Thread regarding Education Management Corporation layoffs

Layoff Tips

https://www.chronicle.com/article/what-i-learned-from-being-laid/243371

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Stop teaching them how to get mo money!

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Post ID: @TgCMsHX-2ydt

Best advice ever, leave on your own, so you don’t have to sign anything. Then you can take them to the cleaners in court.

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Post ID: @TgCMsHX-2esj

Lubricant!!!

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Post ID: @TgCMsHX-1wqb

My severance was similar. Over 19 years with school, but limited to 10 weeks, heavy pressure to sign, heavy pressure not to disclose what I had seen over the last few years.

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Post ID: @TgCMsHX-1jgq

“To accept the severance, I had to release the institution from causes of action "from the beginning of time" and sign a confidentiality clause promising not to "disparage" the university.”

Is this what happened November 2016 with the mass director and faculty layoffs? Tell us, it’s anonymous.

“The university had eliminated my job but not my job responsibilities, which were given to someone 20 years younger than me.”

We know this happened with Program Directors who were replaced by Lead Faculty (at Ai). And many Leads took a salary reduction for doing the program director’s job plus we’re required to teach 8 classes per year.

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Post ID: @TgCMsHX-1omo

Admit guilt and repent.

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