The following is the comment I offered on the 2019 Faculty Engagement Survey:
"University leadership does not engender trust and confidence. Repeated work-force reductions, campus closures, and declining enrollment as well as lack of transparency, erosion of competitiveness, quality of students, and horrific public perceptions make this a place to run from and leave as quickly as possible. There are zero opportunities for influencing at lower levels, leadership fails to listen to clarion calls for transformation, employees are treated like chattel, and the Peter Principle is alive and thriving. The culture is toxic. Leadership fails to honor its publicly and privately expressed core values. No one outside of executive leadership respects UOP. "
BTW: I am still here after 25 years at UOP because I am hopeful an institution like Purdue (who purchased Kaplan) will take on UOP and cure what seems to be terminal cancer and transform this once "good' institution. It will take a miracle. While we have never been a quality institution, we were at least okay!