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There is no stress at the place

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If you are lucky to even work a full shift. Teachers get cut everyday. Sometimes they have you take a break then send you home half hour to an hour later! On average, I would say 5-6 hours a day if you are lucky.

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The interview process is getting information about your experience and education

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About different situations with parents and students..

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You get paid for holidays after 90 days on the job. The work environment depends on the management team and the employees. I've worked for this company for 14 years in different locations in Florida and in New Jersey.

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Mostly in the afternoon 3-6

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Completely disregard of the children, their well-being, and their safety. Management has no regard for the staff either. They expect you to work 50+ hours a week, but will force you to take long breaks so you don't get paid the overtime you deserve.

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Yes, if you were able to get out of the class you were in. I say that because management thought they were to good to come in the classroom. Plus people called out all the time.

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Really easy to get into this place. All you have to do is know somebody and get a passing background check.

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You'd be lucky to get more than 28k yearly.

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