Food Preparation Workers (Former Employee) – Carthage, MO – June 23, 2018
This was a fun place to work loved it there.We got many tour buses and we always had to prepare for that it meant getting lots of food ready that the people would like,We learne what to sell for the region of the country the tours came from,It was exciting to learn about the different regional likes.
Assistant Director (Current Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – January 22, 2018
It is a fun place to work at. Stressful at times depending on what children there are at the time. It offers NM pre k. The owner is a very loving person towards children and holds several free events a year to all program families.
Great! Loved working there - wish it would have not been temp.
Express Temp (Former Employee) – Carthage, MO – January 5, 2018
Great! Loved working there - wish it would have not been temp. They were on task and fast paced, which I like we were selling something but I was in the returns department which I prefer. Loved this job. but it was only seasonal.
Cook/Cashier (Current Employee) – Carthage, MO – August 26, 2017
It's not a horrible place if you don't work in the cafe. During the event in June it picks up in business and usually stays pretty busy during the summer. The manager in the cafe usually left me to do all of the work and didn't prepare anything for the next day.
Child Care Worker (Former Employee) – Bethel, CT – July 5, 2017
I really enjoryed working there . All the other workers there were so nice ,organized and friendly. I now know how to take care of children more then i did before working there . I would tell my friends to work there if they needed to find a job its a really good job .
Daycare Assistant (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – April 27, 2017
Precious Moments was a very clean and healthy safe environment the CEO made sure that every kid was safe and handle with care above all things if the employees was having trouble with a task the supervisor wasn't critical of the employees they explained the task and also helped out with whatever it was needed.
If i had to say I would love to go back and work there, Why? Is because I love kids and I love teaching them new things as well as me but the thing I love doing most with them reading and go around the room before they left was asking or tell me one thing they learn why did I do that was because to see was they listening
Administrator (Former Employee) – Greenville, NC – November 2, 2015
I love working this job. They have great benefits and you will love the days off if you have young children. The staff is super nice. They stand behind their employees 100%. Punctuality is a big thing. Like it should be at every job. Be on time.
I enjoyed my day at work with the children and working with the public on a daily basis.
Childcare Provider (Former Employee) – Toms River, NJ – October 19, 2015
I enjoyed working with the children. My co-workers and I got along very well and worked as a team. I was responsible for infants, but pitched in wherever I was needed.I loved working with the toddlers, and the older children reading and teaching them. My day started at 1030 am and ended around 6:30 pm.
As a hostess at the restaurant I also enjoyed working with the public and meeting people. I got a long very well with my co-workers there as well.
Both jobs offered no raises or healthcare. I am looking for a job with room for advancement.
Director (Former Employee) – Rolling Meadows Il – March 28, 2014
The company is run by the trust-fund babies of the original creator of precious moments. They have no business sense, so they rarely show up at work (2 to 3 hours a week tops at the Rolling Meadows office) and tend to make bad business decisions. This is followed up by the search for scapegoats. The atmosphere is poisoned by the lie s and broken promises of management that results in employees believing their own devious behavior is now justified. The Rolling Meadows office had over 60 employees over 3 years ago-Now they have less then 17. Nepotism, favoritism, no security, no future and no morals.
Great life/work balance because no one is minding the store
tram driver/ custodial system (Former Employee) – Carthage, MO – February 15, 2013
As a tram driver clock in get vehicle and drive to post and wait on customers to come out to get a ride to another building.
As a porter, my day was clock in drive down to the other building and pick up the trash from the lunch room and take it to the dumpster. When an accident happen, you clean up the mess. At the end of the shift, you go back to the main building and clock out.
As a custodial crew, You have your buildings to sweep and mop. Also clean all the commodes in that building too.
a good environment, and good crew
as a lady it was hard work to lift 40 to 50 pounds of trash of over the shoulder