The Art Institutes (HQ)

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    Think again, unless you're a sales career driven individual!

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    Current Employee - Assistant Director of Admissions  in  Houston, TX (US)
    Current Employee - Assistant Director of Admissions in Houston, TX (US)

    I have been working at The Art Institutes (HQ) full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    Benefits, a good starting pay

    Cons

    I had no idea that this was a sales position; had I known, I would have never applied or taken the position. The work/life balance is awful, it's very difficult to manage your personal life when you're always at work. You will work late (6pm - 8pm) and Saturdays (6 days a week). High stress and redundant work, as the work is simple but your work days consist of calling people who are or were once upon a time interested in the school. You will have to meet enrollment goals. High micro-management! Our team meets at least once a week for a one on one meeting with a manger and two regular meets to see where our sales goals are. The company is on a budget, there is no room for promotion or salary increases, fyi. No overtime. High turnover. You'll work holidays and it's very hard to use the nice amount of PTO given to you by the company because of the blackout dates. If you enjoy sales, you may like it. If not, run!!!

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Be honest about the nature of this position. My entire training group had no idea that this was a sales job. Work on allowing your employees to have time away from the job. Working six days a week is not okay, It's extremely tiring.

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