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2 days ago

Food Specialist – new

La Petite Academy Raleigh, NC

We are looking for candidates who are as passionate about the growth and development of the precious children in our care as we are. We are most… La Petite Academy


3 days ago

Food Specialist – new

La Petite Academy Garner, NC

We are looking for candidates who are as passionate about the growth and development of the precious children in our care as we are. We are most… La Petite Academy


2 days ago

Food Specialist – new

La Petite Academy Cary, NC

We are looking for candidates who are as passionate about the growth and development of the precious children in our care as we are. We are most… La Petite Academy


2 days ago

Food Specialist – new

La Petite Academy Durham, NC

We are looking for candidates who are as passionate about the growth and development of the precious children in our care as we are. We are most… La Petite Academy


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La Petite Academy CEO Barbara J. Beck
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    Good reputation, bad reality for teachers.

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    Current Employee - Lead Teacher  in  Knoxville, TN
    Current Employee - Lead Teacher in Knoxville, TN

    I have been working at La Petite Academy full-time for less than a year

    Pros

    It looks good on a resume. Benefits for full time workers. My pay is decent (although I have heard complaints that some teachers get paid terribly.)

    Cons

    Management picks on employees and cares way too much about gossip. They will call an employee in to the office just to tell him or her that another employee said this or that about them. They have made several workers cry. The schedule for teachers (lead or assistant) is inconsistent. One day I might go in at 8:30 and the next day at 10:00 and I am a full time Lead teacher!! They will not stand up for you if a parent complains about you. All they care about is money and enrollments.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Treat your employees right...compliment them every once in a while. Support them and choose to believe the best of them.

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