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For-Profit College Accused of Compensating Employees Based on Number of Students They Enroll to Increase Revenue

" The nation's second-largest for-profit college operator, Education Management Corporation is expected to agree to apy nearly $90 million to settle a case accusing it [...]

The nation’s second-largest for-profit college operator, Education Management Corporation is expected to agree to apy nearly $90 million to settle a case accusing it of compensating employees based on how many students they enrolled, encouraging hyperaggressive boiler room tactics to increase revenue…

The company was accused of violating a federal ban on per capita incentive compensation at institutions that participate in federal student financial aid programs. The ban was designed to prevent the enrollment of unqualified students.”

 

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Publication Date: 31/01/2017
Source: The New York Times
Author: Laura Pappano
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