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7.5-8 with an hour break for lunch

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Kindercare is not a great company to work for. It was too chaotic, poor management, n time for curriculum, the center was obsessed with transitioning kids all day and poor support and team work.

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Applied online at indeed.com then was contacted by email the next day to discuss the position. Meet with director to tour the site without being asked interview questions just whether or no I would like to work in the chaotic environment. I accepted the job and went through a fingerprint clearance and physical. Started work within 2 weeks.

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About different situations with parents and students..

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Some times you get one some times you don't depends on coverage, they never have enough and pull teachers from the class and make another room short

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New years day, labor day, thanksgiving, black Friday, Christmas day, presidents day is PDD, Columbus day is PDD. All holidays paid after 90 days

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Unforseen circumstance that prohibits me from working. I love my job

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Hours can be long and schedules can be very inconsistent

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My process was effortless. I was offered the job not even 1 week after being contacted on indeed by a recruiter. I had a phone interview with the recruiter, an in person interview with my now boss 3 days later and a follow up interview the next day with the district hiring lead. After my final interview with the district leader I was offered the job via the recruiter. I was asked what I'd do In certain situations, goals and my favorite " if you could be any color crayon, what color would you be and why?"

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