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If you were to leave Bright Horizons Family Solutions, what would be the reason?

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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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Focus is really on the fake facade given to parents....there are so many rules and policies that the children could never be properly cared for. It’s sad really. There are so many learning opportunities that the children just don’t get because the company is concerned with their image more than the kids.

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Low pay for a high stress and demanding job. I personally thought that it was just my specific center however, I've noticed that it's other centers as well. Admin shows little appreciation to teachers and demand and expects so much for you.

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On top of the low pay and high stress job, management is horrible. They lie to teachers, parents, their higher ups; especially if their own butts are on the line. Will never offer support or actually care about you as a human being but when you finally snap or leave the job they act confused and broken-hearted.

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I was constantly lied to by management. They refused to offer me an agreement when though positions were available and I had worked for the company 6 years. People are coming in after me and taking the higher jobs

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Low pay, Stress and not enough staff

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Low pay, too much work, rude and non caring parents, administrators don’t care about about their employees, stressful, lots of contradictions

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Unfair pay

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I believe that lack of Communication between the Staff,would be the the reason to leave the job.

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My center was one of many that closed down. Too much paperwork required to impress the parents, means less time actually spent working with children. Also being told how to run a classroom by people from coporate who were never educators themselves.

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