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Work in a classroom with the teachers. See how hard it is then re- evaluate how little the teachers get paid. We do such hard work and care for our families like they were our own. But we struggle to take care of our own families because we make close to nothing. Our vacations are getting shorter so we loose teachers faster from burnout give us back our holiday schedule to spend with our families that the school districts are on with pay. It will keep the teachers there. We work too hard to only get 2 days off for the holidays. I miss my family. I'm missing my son growing up because I'm at work so much so I can try and pay bills. Higher pay rate is needed for sure.

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An interview looks like when people go to they interview and make eye contact and talk about their skills and awards giving them a gentle hand shake

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Less than a week..background check, finger prints and all paperwork was done in 5 days. Had interview on a Friday was offered a job on Tuesday. They said it could take up to 6 weeks to get all the info back but it was very fast!

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After you apply, a recruiter calls you to discuss which age groups you would work best with, then that recruiter sets you up with the center to schedule an interview. After the interview (mine was myself and another candidate answering questions to the Director, Assistant Director, and an Education Coordinator) you are invited to visit the age group you have applied to work with in a working interview. During the working interview, you can do an activity, ask questions, read a book, etc. with the class.

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When do bright horizons get pay

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Better LEADERSHIP training for directors so they can support staff. Just cause a person is good in a classroom, gets a degree or CDA, or has worked in childcare for a long time didn’t mean they are good leaders.

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The center in Foster City offers 50% off but the rates are also higher then most.

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Every two weeks

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I am proud to tell people that I work for Bright Horizons for over 15 years now...great company to work for.

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They were great working with hours. 8 hour shifts typically.

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