Groza Learning Center California

Complaint: If you are a parent considering sending your child to Groza Learning Center, a prospective employee, or a former employee considering joining a class action lawsuit against them, you all deserve to know the truth about the place. It appears that Scott Groza has gone to great lengths to hide the following about Groza Learning Center, and I will provide evidence of each claim as a well-documented, legitimate grievance. In order: 1. Overcharging of parents for the types of services rendered. 2. Systematic discrimination against female employees. 3. Suspicious reviews organized to hide negative comments. 4. Bad company culture and work environment. Claim #1: Overcharging of parents for the types of services rendered. Parents are routinely charged $100-250/hour for services like homework help, tutoring, and test-prep. Meanwhile the employees are paid about $15-20/hour. This type of 10-20X markup is quite high, especially since the main services are being provided by the tutors themselves. Furthermore, tutors are often mismatched with clients. Why? There are many theories, but the most reasonable conclusion is that the goal is to fill slots to maximize revenue. Here are some reviews with links to the original sources: “Parents are charged over $100 per 50 minute session

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Address: while the tutors see about $15 of that

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