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I have been working at Learning Care Group full-time (More than 10 years)
There are lots of opportunities to grow within the company. I personally went from a floating assistant teacher through every possible role within the schools. I then moved from the field to the corporate offices. You have to be willing to dig in, pull up your boot straps, and work hard. I did this as well as furthering my education and continuing to evolve myself and refine my skill set. You have to be willing to take constructive criticisms well in order to grow. After being a supervisor in the schools for 6 years it is clear that many people do not have this ability. Childcare discounts are a plus. This helped me have the opportunity to work while providing my children with a top notch education at the same time. Education reimbursements, great training programs offered, and products to offer the children and families served.
Work/life balance is more challenging working as hourly staff or as field management than in the corporate offices. Pressure to meet metrics and numbers; labor pressure always the most stressful at the school level. Upper field management is not consistent in treatment to all employees, investing equal time into the business as the Center Directors or hourly staff. Many main office employees are far out of touch with what is really happening in the day-to-day operations of the school. Expectations are often unrealistic.
Advice to Management
Invest more time and money into your schools and the people. Main office culture needs a total overhaul with high volumes of middle management with poor soft skills.