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What is the work environment and culture like at Rainbow Child Care Center?

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Some of the directors has a funky attitude.I work my but off there for a whole year. They gave teachers certificate that didn't deserve them. They miss a day of work every week. Some sit in the classroom don't do any work all day. Walk out when they get ready comes back and still get a certificate. Getting treated unfairly then wasn't train but been working longer then any of the young people there that really doesn't know anything. But want to treat you like they been working longer then you. There's not enough communication there and no respect at all but you can look for that coming from this generation. Most of all need to learn how to treat employees right. Loved this job at first but am regretting it now

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I agree with the first post. It feels like a predatory company to work for. Nickle and dime into starvation.

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Rainbow has a typical corporate mentality. It's all about maintaining the salaries at the top and less about support for managers, teachers, parents, and even the children. My experience was gut wrenching. I loved my children, families, and co-workers; but, this was discouraged, as we were told that we were too close to each other and to our kids and families. We would get in trouble for working overtime, yet to leave on time would often leave our rooms out of ratio ( which employees sign documents stating we would never do). Teachers are severely underpaid and provided with "benefits" that are unaffordable; yet are bogged down with paperwork and overcrowded classrooms. I had the "honor" of having worked for 2 different daycares that were both bought out by Rainbow; and, they proved TWICE that they make empty promises to employees, if not out-and-out lie. Managers are severely overworked, thus can't adequately support their staff. This leaves the staff extremely frustrated. Staff cannot afford to have their own kids at the daycare where they work because the cost is too high compared to the meager amount of pay they make. Additionally, the curriculum it "fluffy" and lacks substantive learning. I would not recommend that anyone who truly loves working with kids go to work for this company!

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It was a very good place to work, multicultural

Answered - Teacher Assistant (Former Employee) - New York, NY

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Its usually a crazy day

Answered - Teacher (Former Employee) - Burlington, KY

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Can be fun but also very stressful.

Answered - Cook/ Childcare (Former Employee) - Charlottesville, VA

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Working environment can be stressful at times depending on who you work with but most times the job is very easy. The more creative you are the easier. This job needs someone who is highly organized regardless of what area they work in (i,e, younger or older children) and someone who is able to work well with different types of people that may have different perspectives on situations.

Answered - Teacher Aid (Current Employee) - Davison, MI

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Stressed from corporate and management pressures... most teachers try to be supportive to each other...

Answered - Co teacher (Former Employee) - Summerville, SC

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