- Little Buddies Child Care28.Dec 2015
Sometimes there is fairness and trust depending on which person you are.
Support from management
In the beginning the director turned owner was fair and asked questions right down to the nitty-gritty, but when she hired a new director that changed. She just accepted her words instead of anyone else's.
The coworker were very good together. We supported each other when we needed to.
Freedom to work independently
Some teachers get more workload than others even if the directors put things a certain way.
The communication between coworkers was great, but between employer and employees it was bad.
Every teacher there is a female.
Attitude towards older colleagues
New employees were getting longer schedules than the older ones. The directors kept hiring people that didn't want to work there.
There is an opportunity to get further training, but even if you don't want to have it, the directors will still try to make you do it.
Overall compensation for your work
The only benefit that is there is if you are a teacher and you have a child yourself; you get a discount. The salary is different for everybody.
Office / Work Environment
The noise is sometimes loud because of the kids, but thats to be expected.
There were times when my device got so many calls one after another that I did think at these times why the employers couldnt help out instead of them sitting in their office.
If we're talking about the rooms being nice-looking then yes.
There is a risk if you don't do your job and you put a risk to a child's safety.
Yes there is but the owner for some reason parks in that spot even when she is not handicapped.
We have a training session every one or two years for cpr and first aid.
Considering that it was a daycare, it was pretty challenging at times.
Inclusive / Diverse
Sometimes, but mostly they're just thrown out the window by the new director.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CompanyLittle Buddies Child Care
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Former job since 2015