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360training.com

1.9 | Austin, TX | E-Learning | 201 to 500 Employees
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Company scores for 360training.com are based on 71 ratings from 5 employees

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The owner of the company, Ed Satar, has no limits to the point of unethical and dishonest behaviors that he expects of his employees. Just a few reasons why hard-working good employees have been fired include: refusing to lie to an attorney or legal board, refusing to sign a statement outlining false facts never occurred, refused to notarize something with the incorrect date, refused to knowingly lie to customers about an upcoming product delivery date, refused to falsify a training course certification letter for someone who had not taken a course, as well as many other examples of inappropriate business demands. The owner will not technically fire an employee for these reasons on the spot, but he will make up some sort of weird excuse why their position is suddenly no longer needed a few days after the employee refuses to participate in whatever unethical behavior he asks of them. There is a lot of turn-over at this company because the people who have high ethics and morals can't tollerate what is asked of them, so they end up quitting or getting fired after disagreeing with the company owner's unethical requests.

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360training.com is an e-learning company headquartered in the Austin, TX area that employs 201 to 500 people. 360training.com has a 1.9-star InHerSight Score, based on 71 ratings from 5 current or former employees. 1 employees left comments about their experience working for the company. InHerSight collects anonymous employer ratings and reviews from women for companies like 360training.com and shares that information publicly to empower working women to make better decisions about their careers and where they work.

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