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I worked at AACSB International full-time (More than a year)
Benefits, money to splurge, fancy travel, view from the lunch room
Slow, zero to no diversity, new ideas are not welcome, hierarchy, lacks international business culture and respect to diversity. Hostile work environment, human resources does not address co-workers issues or problems between staff, no knowledge of how to do business in latin america, no space for new leadership and no proper training to new employees. Hiring pre-screening site is way too long and not worth if you get hire.
Advice to Management
Create a globalized work environment that is goes beyond the paper. Educate staff on welcoming new ideas, motivate staff, and help staff when they report issues to HR, hire people with experience on the field of higher education and experience doing business in Latin America, that have empathy and aren’t arrogant. The application pre-screening site is unnecessarily long and scares away valuable talent.
I applied online. The process took 2+ months. I interviewed at AACSB International in January-2011.
The online application takes around an hour to complete and contains one of the behavioral tests. HR will conduct a brief phone interview with you if selected. Then you have three face to face interviews. Direct manager, one of the C-suite members (CFO, COO, CAO), then the CEO. It takes around a month to go through the full process possibly longer.
From personal experience and others within they have a take-it or leave-it mentality when it comes to offers, raises, promotions.
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