"Every man for himself"
I love the kids and the other teachers.
Lacks consistency, terrible communication between each other, plays favorites BIG TIME, makes you feel like you're at fault every time there's a situation, "listens" to your concerns but never acts on them unless it benefits them, doesn't really care about the staff, always takes the parents' side even when their staff is in the right, always says "yes" to parents' requests even if safety of staff and other children are at risk, doesn't take the time to get to know their staff and the kids attending the centre, makes you go to work or stay at work even when you're about to collapse, says one thing but does another, gives you instructions last minute then rushes you about it, talks the big talk but don't walk the big walk, makes you feel incompetent even when they don't really know what's going on in your room, chooses sides based on how much they like someone instead of on facts, keeps a staff or fires a staff based on how much they like the staff
Typical day at work?
You wait more than an hour for a bathroom break, you pull your hair out trying to work with SEVERAL challenging kids at the same time, you don't get any type of support from management about your situation
Staff are nice, friendly, helpful. But there's a lot of complaints you'll hear because no one's really happy there.
Most enjoyable part of the day?
Having to finally head home after waiting forever for someone to cover you at the end of your shift
What I learned?
Managers make or break a work experience.
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