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Anonymous shared this review of Laureate Education, Inc., United States on May 11th, 2021
"It’s a competitive company and there is not the best work life balance (pre covid). Availability expectations are high and staying late is expected as well. Even before I had a family I did not love the work life balance. That being said, there are women in upper management positions with families who make it work. "
Anonymous shared this review of Laureate Education, Inc., United States on May 31st, 2019
"Not a place to build a career to plan for a long-term career. Frequent changes handed down from the top with little consideration of the day-to-day impact on staff. "
Anonymous shared this review of Laureate Education, Inc. on Mar 21st, 2016
"This company favors the "work-aholic" type. Advancement within a position takes years to achieve, and the raises that accompany promotions are dismal and insulting. In higher level roles you are expected to always be available via phone or email so there is little down time, and a very poor work/life balance. There are many women in leadership roles which is a great thing to see. Turnover is also high here. I did work with a woman who had a child and upon returning from maternity leave, had been stripped of her management duties. Her title and pay did not change, but she no longer had any decision making abilities and her staff that had reported to her now reported to her supervisor, who was also a woman."