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Beats Electronics LLC (also known as Beats by Dr. Dre, or simply Beats by Dre) is a subsidiary of Apple Inc. that produces audio products. Headquartered in Culver City, California, the company was founded by music producer and rapper Dr. Dre and Jimmy Iovine.

Noah Itman for Digital Music News mentioned how if you buy Beats By Dre headphones, you’re an idiot. "You’re going to over-spend on plastic-y garbage that defines ‘fashion over function’. You’ll blow your hard earned cash on Beats by Dre. The Beats By Dre Pro cost a whopping $400! As you can see from their webpage, Beats claims that these are ‘the headphones used to mix in every major studio’. This is an absolute lie. I know people at several major studios and they would not use fashion headphones for mixing. One person who works in a major studio even told me that he bought a pair of these headphones and promptly returned them because the bass was so overpowered. It was causing pressure on his eardrums, even at low volumes."

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Faculty (Former Employee) says

"A typical workday is to be present on campus 5 days a week and work 8 hours a day. Then you are expected to volunteer for committees and other events on and off campus. Ivy Tech administration expects you to work many hours on your own time on class work.Good faculty camaraderiePoor leadership by administration, expect instructors to work long hours for same salary."

Crew Member (Former Employee) says

"Horrible!! Unorganized, complacent to employee needs or desires, video surveillance of hourly employee break rooms only , no other employee break room in the entirety of Ivy Tech has this just hourly employees, hourly employees treated like second class citizens, the red head step child it seems, bickering administrative personnel, petty micromanaging superiors (God complex), always plotting on employees in some fashion, ever changing ideas that have no merit at all and absolutely ZERO direction, Tasks that need attention are ignored for remedial unimportant visceral things such as appearance ,( if it looks good it is good) Work home life balance a complete sham because of ladder climbing foolish people who care nothing about the people they manage , Ever changing work conditions because of an over abundance of management personnel (to many chiefs no where near enough Indians) same old story same old same old song and dance, we are changing we are growing blaa blaa blaa nothing changes only the line bologna ... move on bad place to work...Noneto many to list...."

Student (Former Employee) says

"I was a student at Ivy Tech. Never worked there. Department of Workforce Development allowed employees to take Technical classes at Ivy Tech to advance personal skills at work."

Business Management Student (Former Employee) says

"Never worked there-only attended class. The fellow students were respectful and willing to work with one another. The instructors had real world experience and provided there view of the courses.Never worked there-only attended classNever worked there-only attended class"

Student (Former Employee) says

"go to a normal college this is a joke and should only be taken as a joke. I really enjoyed my time at ivy tech. this is really just cuz this is a required field"

Enrollment Specialist (Current Employee) says

"Do not work at the MC location unless you like a controlling environment. They are a joke. They only care about numbers and will make you call potential students numerous times. Only 28 hours a week, no raises, and a whole lot of stressful work with little pay.The instructors are amazingEverything else. Admissions, Hr, etc."

Adjunct faculty Instructor (Former Employee) says

"I feel like I spent numorous preparation time outside of the classroom. Of Course we dont get paid for the prep hours so there are many hours that never get reimbursed. I feel the students complain when they get a C or below even if the validitiy of the tests and the result of the test scores are on the mean. You work independently to use the Instructors materials as well as collecting outside examples and material. The prep materials in the library for Psychology were low. Ironicaly, despite communication problems by only using gmail to communicate I did enjoy this job I just needed a higher salary for the stress level of the job.Teach Independently. Instructors manuals were provided"

Admin Assistant (Current Employee) says

"Horrible leadership. Paid for 40 hours per week, but not any more. No overtime pay, even though you may need to work. This results in some of the work not getting done. Layoffs beginning the first week of 2018. The threat of layoffs are repeated on a regular basis. You may be next. (bullying). Several supervisors manage by being bullies. The bullying results in employees unable to give good customer service. The new hires in Student Services are 90% the same minority.co-workers and nice studentsbullies, race preference, job instability"

Student (Former Employee) says

"Did not care for the director of the RRT program. She is very unapproachable. She is more driven by her own title and credentials than teaching her students.nice new learning facilityunfriendly learning environment"

nursing student (Former Employee) says

"Ivy Tech sets you up to fail! Their professors don't help you one bit, and the dean is lazy and does nothing but strut around the office.get a degreeworst experience ever!"

Tax Manager (Former Employee) says

"By appointment and at time occasional walk-ins income taxes were prepared. Once prepared it was then my job to review the taxes and make sure that they were prepared correctly and submit all forms to the IRS.Learning experienceSeasonal"

Administrative (Former Employee) says

"Would recommend job shadowing/speaking with different staff before you plunge in, as it is not what it seems. Also, take what some employees share with a grain of salt, as most may provide false representation due to fear of repercussions."

Assistant Professor (Former Employee) says

"I worked for this college for about 10 years and only near the end of my time there was offered advancement. I would work on 4 different campuses and had to drive ALL OVER Northwest Indiana. Then, after finally getting a decent position, I had to work with a woman who was totally out of her mind. It got so bad that I just had to get out of there. There were times I would be assigned to teach 7 classes with up to 99 students per class (online). I was paid well - but I just could not keep up. Loads of backstabbing and instability. Even the deans were caught up in a lot of dirty business. There is no amount of money that could ever get me to work for this place again.One note - wonderful student body who wanted to learn. They didn't always seem to come first in the minds of department chairs or management.the studentseverything and i mean everything else"

Academic Advisor (Current Employee) says

"Initially it was a great work environment. It felt more like family. Now there is a lot of micromanaging and reports which take away time with the students."

Director of Student Services (Former Employee) says

"A very stressful place to work. You can only survive if you suck up to management and do not question anything . They have their favorites and it's obvious as to who those people are and the benefits they receive.Good benefitsVery poor leadership."

Anonymous (Current Employee) says

"I was forced to do my team leader's job and my job for less money. People get promoted for doing nothing. Hard workers are not recognized. There is no reward for working hard to provide a good service. Bosses don't want to lose hard workers, but also don't want to pay them. Supervisors will discuss career goals and opportunities with lazy workers, but seem bent on leaving a hard worker stuck in a role.paid time offhard work is not recognized, laziness is encouraged and rewarded, hard workers are stuck at entry level"

Adjunct Professor, School of Healthcare Support (Former Employee) says

"The worst supervisor I have ever had to deal with. Gender discrimination, unsupportive, insulting, lacked business knowledge."

Faculty (Former Employee) says

"If you’re incompetent but can kiss up, this is the place for you. Those that do the work are scapegoated and attacked by those who know nothing about teaching or the subject they’re supposedly teaching.Competitive salaryGossip is king; it’s about who you know not how well you educate students"

custodian (Current Employee) says

"they are outsourcing all the custodians clean classroom, bathrooms,offices.managmentbenifits"

Former Employee (Former Employee) says

"During my time it was very toxic and unhealthy working environment. I hope that Soon there would be a Good House Cleaning happen for the community and students."

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