CDI/CDC (Continuing Development Incorporated/Child Development Centers)

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What is the most stressful part about working at CDI/CDC (Continuing Development Incorporated/Child Development Centers)?

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With any job, there can be challenges. We have and continue to evaluate our processes and ways we do work to streamline and make our various job roles more efficient. We value the feedback from our teachers and employees to continue to address and change to the needs of the organization as well as meet the needs of the children and families we serve. We hope our employees continue to raise feedback to help us continue to be productive.

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Inconsistent expectations, talk about work/life balance but taking time off is discouraged, paperwork is overwhelming, lack of training

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Trying to do paper work and enteract with the children ,always redirected the children ,hard to teach anything ,

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To much paperwork ,you dont need 40 questions in a dpr to figuare out a child ,,so much paper work we are not teaching these children but how to just play all day or so many children that the ones that are crying or throwing things ,you cant focus on the other children ,when these children go to real public school they haveba big eye opener ,the state school need to change i feel

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Trying to keep all the paperwork for three different programs, lesson plans and anecdotal records complete within a 40 hour week. Also, to keep 13 families recruited.

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