DIRECTOR OF ADMISSIONS (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 15 January 2018
The direction of the company is non existent. Department heads don't take advice from the people who really see things on the ground level. The compensation is okay, but you really need to be on the ball as one day you are a star and the next you are one foot out the door. Stressful environment in which you can't even trust your own team, as they are under the same situation and will steal a client away from you if they have a chance.
weekend and evening calls. no direction. stressful.
Admissions Representative (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 December 2017
This industry has changed over the last 10 years since I started working as an admission advisor. The financial benefit of a student loan has become the priority of most applicant. There is still others who has a genuine goal of career advancement and life-changing plans thru career trainings. This, possibly has to do with the Canadian government and its immigration program and policies.