Thread regarding University of Phoenix layoffs

Sad state of affairs

In addition to way fewer students in my department, we’ve had both layoffs and natural attrition as people get nervous about where the company is headed.

We have not hired one new person and the workload is unmanageable. My manager goes back and forth asking us to do what we can and then being upset that we can’t get to everything.

I work with a bright team that has submitted possible ways to adjust our workload and maintain effectiveness. No suggestions are ever acceptable.

So we are tasked to work with more students who are less motivated than ever to actually be there. Sad state of affairs.

Couldn’t have said it better myself. A truthful post from @Y8maTWp-2ruz

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cohen twitter is always brimming with deep insights on higher education though... i wonder what's the per hour rate for the secretary whose job it is to copy paste links for his twitter.

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It’s sad we all know where this is headed. Meanwhile, management tries to put lipstick on a pig. Sad.... funny... I don’t know whether to cry or laugh anymore. UOP reeks of desperation. It is not a good look.

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what kind of money top level managers make like D Bon? 1 million?

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Post ID: @Ya0FbUi-jgv

The last several years have been quite sad. A thriving enterprise squandered away due to completely avoidable issues.

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