Pros: very spacious facilities
Cons: administration very little knowledge in early childhood education
They hire tons of people who aren't certified or have only 45 hours of training, so that they can merely use them as bodies to maintain ratios.
You will apply for a certain position, interview for that position, and be hired with the appropriate job title, but once you finally start you will not work that position at all. You will be used anywhere and everywhere, regardless of your comfort level and career desires.
Long, draining hours and they changed the schedule frecuently, hardly cover employees during lunch hours, you have no choice and have to stay inside the classrooms.
Parents are always – more... aggravated about their children being thrown into all different classrooms with different teachers every day.
Advice to Senior Management – Don't lie to your new employees and expect them to stick around once they realize they are being used to fill ratios. Imagine if you were hired to be a doctor, but once on your first day your boss told you you are actually going to be a plumber? It is extremely unethical to hire someone for a particular position, have them go through a grueling amount of computer-based training and paper work, only to have them do a different job that they didn't sign up for. THIS, not the low pay, is why you have such a high turnover.
Follow advise of Quality Rating Specialist and do not think that you know it all! What you are trying to invent is already out there for you to learn. – less