Great place to advance, but it is all about "saving face"
Program Assistant Director (Former Employee) – Omaha, NE – August 16, 2017
I have grown within this company from an assistant teacher into management. As I got into management, the cooperate world of "daycare" was just overwhelming and alarming. This company places such an importance on money verses their employees and the children. The first center I worked at, the management treated me like an individual and the families valued me as teacher. The STAR program made work so enjoyable. We had many dress up days, food days, and had monthly staff outing. This school was a preschool, and not a daycare. Each teacher respected their classrooms, and ran their classrooms like a class verses a daycare. Once I was promoted to another school, I became just an employee number to this company. The school I came onto, needed a lot of work. I spent countless weekends and nights helping to make this particular center to be a preschool and not a daycare. The enrollment and revenue went up by huge amounts, and this center started following basic policies and procedures, which was being ignored before. It didn't matter how much I valued this company and was loyal to them, they were not loyal to me. One bad parent review, and a silly actuation from a staff member and all my positive progress was discredited. That experience made me super disappointed in this company, and made me feel like just an employee number to them, and not a valued person. This company is all about having a good name, and anything that threatens that, they will get rid of it, regardless of how absurd it is.
Working with Children, STAR Program, Room for Advancement, Trainings
Healthcare is not the greatest, Low Pay, Turnover, Too Cooperate, All about Saving Face