The culture is very confining.
Support from management
Management makes sure your time is very regimented, no wiggle room for things outside of drilling kids on things they don't want to be doing. For 8 hours. They also do not invest at all in their clinicians.
The other clinicians were helpful and amazing people.
Freedom to work independently
The management hovers over you, making sure you are following their formula to a tee. Coworkers have described it as "feeling as like they want you to be a robot."
They do a good job of letting you know what they want usually.
Attitude towards older colleagues
Most workers were in their 20's. The few tutors that were over 40 seemed to feel out of place sometimes.
Not much room for climbing
Overall compensation for your work
We get paid $16/hr, while the parents pay about $200/hr. For work this exhausting, you would think the people doing the bulk of the work, the actual tutors, would receive more than 8% of that $200/hr charge.
Office / Work Environment
The office is very comfy. The rooms can be cramped and noisey sometimes.
Since the work can be extremely draining, many found it hard to do anything but sleep when they get home.
It's on the second floor, and there are no elevators.
The work can be very challenging. However, sometimes the results can be fulfilling.
What I like about the company
I liked working with the kids, as difficult as they could be, and seeing some of them truly progress their reading skills.
What I dislike about the company
Mainly the culture the management cultivates feels unappreciative, considering how hard we worked for 8 hours a day. Those 8 hours were extremely scheduled and regimented. You have to stick to their formula, and any deviation is frowned upon.