CNA (Former Employee), Las Vegas, NV – July 8, 2014
EVERY DAY EXCITED TO COME TO WORK LOVE CARING FOR CHILDREN TAKING CARE OF INJURIES ILLNESS FEVERS AND MORE SPEAKING WITH PARENTS TEACHERS AND SUPERVISORS WORKING TOGETHER TO KEEP A HEALTHY N SAFE ENVIRONMENT AS WELL AS KEEPING UP SHOT RECORDS REGISTRATION CARDS ASSISTING WITH MEDS ANSWERING PHONES AND BRAKING OTHER STAFF AND TEACHERS
Social Worker (Former Employee), Dover, DE – February 27, 2014
Pros: holidays benefits
Cons: work around the clock even during your vacation
A typical day at work was like walking into a war zone you never knew what to expect. I learned that don't put your trust in Children's Choice when its said and done its all about numbers. Management at Children's Choice is not trustworthy. They get away with a lot of untruth, and mislead the company in letting them think they are being truthful. The – more... hardest part of the job is learning how to be your own person and enjoy your family. The most enjoyable part of the job was getting to know and learn a diverse population., – less
Lead Teacher (Former Employee), irving, tx – July 18, 2013
This was my first jb since moving to Texas. I learned a lot. Things are very different here. Used to a more strict set of rules. Loved the children and their families, great all around experience. Still go and visit the kids.