Poor Support from Corporate
Assistant Director / Interim Director (Former Employee) – Huntsville, AL – July 23, 2018
I started as a teacher. My first day involved me being put in a classroom of 8 children and left to fend for myself as the other teacher returned to her room with a co-teacher. The turn over rate was through the roof, however, that is expected in this field. I loved being in the classroom and the children and parents, I did not love the Rainbow expectations. Corporate visits were a dog and pony show. We prepped for a week before to ensure everything looked like it should all the time. In my opinion corporate is more concerned about the appearance of the classroom than in the quality of the care provided and the teacher training. As an assistant director, my director failed to train me. Then a medical issue kept her out and I had a crash course in training, but minimal support from other nearby Rainbow Directors. I learned a lot on my own and found many financial mistakes my director had made.
free lunch (eat with the children)
a lot expected for little pay.