Compare American Public University System vs WorkWave BETASee how WorkWave vs. American Public University System compare on employee ratings, job openings, CEO approval, business outlook and more.
What Employees Say
I worked at American Public University System full-time for more than a year
Full tuition costs are paid for by the university for Bachelor's and Master's courses, generous maternity leave, good company culture.
Management could be greatly improved, and there is prevalent micro-management as well. Specialists make so little, and the company should truly be ashamed that starting salaries are $15 an hour. $15... an hour is minimum wage in some states. No one can be expected to support their families when making so little.
Advice to Management
Focus on engagement and retention ideas for the busy worker bees at the bottom. Those at the top reap the financial benefits and are paid fairly. Those who are not senior level, however, are paid... very poorly. Working overtime is also not allowed, but you will be reprimanded if you work an hour or two overtime and have to get prior approval.
I have been working at WorkWave full-time for less than a year
I really enjoy the flexibility that WorkWave offers and the benefits are great compared to any other company I have worked for. The environment in the office is nice - low drama and everyone helps... each other and is respectful to one another. My favorite part is the creative freedom I experience. At WorkWave I can grow my skill set and exercise creativity. My ideas and contributions are always welcome and that makes me feel like my work matters for the success of the company - as well as establishes trust.
Not many at all. I really do not have any complaints - I enjoy coming to work and it is my favorite company that I have worked for so far in my career. If I had to say anything - it would cross-team... communication, but that is pretty normal when a company grows to be a certain size.