Staley has been a wonderful place to work for many years, and hopefully the currant trend will improve with the efforts that are being put in. With several changes in upper management over the past 5 years the changes have not been positive and the job security has become nonexistent. Staley is trying to make more changes to overcome this, its not for the lack of wanting to or trying to, but at the same time the customer base has also changed.
Guilford Child Development (Former Employee) – High Point, NC – September 23, 2013
This being my first Lead Teacher role in my own classroom proved quite difficult. I was a very gung-ho fresh faced teacher who wanted to make a difference in these children's lives, but the program was not well run and unsupportive. I was often times left alone in my classroom of 20 children with behavioral, language and mental disabilities because my assistant failed to arrive at work.
Data Technician (Former Employee) – Springdale, AR – December 22, 2012
Work varies greatly on each job. Could be pully cable or recording mac address. Might be replacing old/broken phones or installing a whole new phone system. The management was great. They stayed in the loop on jobs but never hounded me about what happened each and every day. They were there when I needed them and generally left me do what needed done when I had things under control. The hardest part of the job is unexpected schedule changes (might mean driving great distances) > though they provide vehicle/gas/pay for travel so it's more stressful then hard sometimes. I loved big contracts where I could kinda settle into a new town for a few months. It was always a nice break from going to a new city/town every day.