Trouble in Qatar for College of the North Atlantic

Trouble in Qatar for College of the North Atlantic

In a three part series, Telegram reporter James McLeod looked into ongoing problems at the College of the North Atlantic's campus in Qatar. Current and former employees say that there are major management problems at the campus, and issues that could threaten the college's future in the country. CNA is also facing at least 10 lawsuits in the country from employees who say they were not paid severance that they're entitled to.

Ann Marie Vaughan

Former CNA employees suing for severance

July 20, 2012 - 10 h 58

First in a three-part series

Former employees of the College of the North Atlantic in Qatar are taking the college to court because they say they’re not getting paid tens of thousands of dollars...

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Former CNA employees suing for severance

Workplace described as despotic

July 21, 2012 - 8 h 59

Second in a three-part series

When current and former employees talk about working at the College of the North Atlantic in Qatar, they often use words like "toxic" and "dictatorship."

Numerous...

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Workplace described as despotic

Deadline looming for CNA-Qatar

July 23, 2012 - 7 h 40

Last in a three-part series

 

After a decade in Qatar, current and former workers at the College of the North Atlantic’s campus in the Middle East are worried about the future.

In...

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Deadline looming for CNA-Qatar

When in Rome ...

July 21, 2012 - 9 h 42

There's a popular definition of madness that goes like this: "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."It is credited to Albert Einstein, and in its own...

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