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For non exempt employees, it's 12 days for the first 2 years, then 15 for years 2-4, then 20 in years 4 and beyond

for exempt staff, it's 15 days for the first 2 years, 20 for years 2-4, and then 24 for years 4 and beyond.

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It is very important to know the child save guarding policy and also have a good background understanding about the organisation.

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Just be really cause oriented

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Management in Central Ca incompetent and not supportive

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Assistant teachers will start at minimum wage

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Think about implementing a program where by if you have been there for a while and show promise, even if you're a temp, train us for an open position that doesn't require a PhD, for example, to perform one of the many job openings. And do it while the person who has been doing that job for years, but may be leaving or has been promoted, can help train the capable person who already knows how the software, the people and company after working there for 2 years.

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I'm feeling glad to myself because I'm very lucky person to get a job for services to save the children. That's why I'm happy.

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It feels good telling people that I have worked for Save the Children, the Organisation has a name on the project implementation, transparency, and accountability, especially with its partners. Save the Children is a platform for capacity building for staff and its partners.

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The interview process at Save the Children focuses on all areas: your experience, contributions towards the job or organization, they'll ask you on the knowledge you have about the organization and your willingness to work in the Organization.

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