I loved working for this company. If they had been able to give me full time hours, I would have never left. They are a very caring and giving company and they actually listen to their employees. I would refer friends and family to work for this company.
Great work environment. Great leadership. Great sense of teamwork.
I really enjoyed working for Mountainland. It was a great fresh out of college job, although pretty overwhelming at the same time. There are waves of extreme business and then feeling like you have nothing to do. The paperwork is extremely extensive, although I understand why it has to be that way. As a supervisor, I covered for my teachers that wouldn't show up to work at the last minute at least once or twice a week, so a lot of times it felt like I couldn't do MY job because I was always doing someone else's. It taught me a lot of skills and I met great people. The teachers and the upper management were all great, but every group of people has some people you don't like or don't get along with. Same was true here. I left for a job that was closer to where my husband and I were living. There is a manager there that started a few months before I left and I was VERY happy to leave working with her. She drove away a LOT of other people and I understand she's still working there. I wouldn't say that I left because of her, but having her as one of my superiors made the decision easier.
Learned to manage time, management. The most enjoyable is working with teachers and children. The hardest part of the job is to handle children with very difficult behaviors and how to teach them new skills of solving their anxieties and frustrations.