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Often very fast paced, and asking for more than can be done in one day, they will also ask for lots of paperwork to be done and not give any time to do it. Always asking for more but giving nothing back in return.
I really wouldn’t. They have many issues that need to be overcome in the meantime. Like hours, salary, appreciation, turnover, and many more. The one thing I would say they do well is sponsorships.
Everything!!!!!!!! Lack of communication, asking staff to do so much for such little pay, fighting with payroll about mistakes made on paycheque, consistently short staffed, force staff to go to other centres even when really far, staff consistently shifted to different rooms so there is no regular teachers in classes, not being allowed to be sick, not getting paid when sick, all the trouble given and no support even when you ask for it.
There were not many perks. They offer a staff discount on care of 15% unless they need that space for another family and then they will ask you to send your child to another centre. They give you one free uniform that takes months to arrive even though they have a dress code where you have to wear the uniform, a snack once a month, and sadly thats about it.
The culture is a culture of sadness, frustration, and desperation. They lack communications, HR department does nothing, payroll consistently makes mistakes and refuses to fix it for months even when confronted with evidence they made a mistake, low pay, lack of trust of teachers, lack of breaks, and often have to work overtime because they have high turnover and sometimes keep centres short staffed on purpose, lack of appreciation, when you ask for help they don't give it. CEO will tour centres to see if they are visibly appealing but doesn't speak to teachers or look them in the eye. They also will do whatever they can to not give back families their deposit even when they are fully in their right to get it back.