Pros: loved my kids, meant great women, great parents
Cons: poor pay, under staffed, classrooms over packed with kids, bad management, lack of recognition
Where do I begin!!!!!
let me start by saying I have never reviewed a job before but I felt this was necessary. I was a lead teacher at a BH and the only thing I liked about my job was the students,their parents, and a few co workers.
-Accumulation of sick and vacation time is a joke take an extremely long time to accrue.
-Forced to come – more... in during dangerous deadly weather even during states of emergencies, is a total disregard for our lives. I have never had to work in blizzards and hurricanes until I started here
-Hard to use the restroom because there were never enough employees to cover
-Raises are like spitting in our faces, 20 cents here, 30 cents there really????
-We are asked to create lesson plans to educate our students yet we rarely ever got supplies...EVER!!
- I believe BH has great wording in their education curriculum but a lot of what they want is impractical and even unnecessary working for a childcare facility with those ages, and for the amount of pay we received
-Teachers went above and beyond for students and parents yet BH did nothing to recognize our hard work. Parents did our director and the company did not.
-Director was unprofessional and seemed not to care to much about how the center was run, was more interested in getting out there and having a drink.
-Building never properly cleaned ( only one cleaner came some nights) toys rarely sanitized.
-WAY WAY WAY TOO many kids in almost every classroom
-Never enough employees
Whoever the CEO and owner of BH is is surely making out because our pay was unlivable, with 20 cent raises and we rarely got supplies even though one of my students tuition covered one of my checks with $ to spare, so where does the $ go??????? – less