I was a substitute teacher
Substitute Teacher (Former Employee) – Metairie, LA – September 10, 2017
Very low pay for an experienced teacher with a Masters Degree. However, temporary work allows for a lot of flexibility in work/life balance. Toward the end of my experience working with them, they started placing restrictions on the type of footwear we could wear, which in itself, was not a problem. What was the problem, is they claimed that the teachers and administrators in the school system were spying on us and would "report" us for violations which was NOT true. It felt like an immature and petty sort of way to approach a dress code issue. There is no need to send "threats" to an employee about violations. Simply state the rule and the consequences and that's it. Then when a violation is reported, respond appropriately. The way they handled it was treating us like children instead of responsible adults.
No benefits or raises ever