17 employees reported this benefit
I do not have any problem for time off cause I usually ask 15 days before.
I beleive we had 7 days off
Vacation is pretty easy to use. You are working for in childcare so ratios and children's safety always come first. With proper notice vacation is encouraged.
Work/life balance didn't allow for time off, low staff so no days off, Idk, Idk, Idk
Just like any other job its hard to take off at a school they like you to pretty much work every day or they say to put it in 2 weeks in advance but honestly still unless its like a year or like 5 months in advance their 90% still likely to deny it un less its something crucial like a funeral etc
Hardly any time off. And when you are, they still call you.
If you have time off, the director will try to accommodate time off requests.
You have to work the day before and the day after to get paid for the holiday
I think that the vacation and time off are industry standard. The Employers are kind and will give employees time off, but there is no paid vacation time until after a year of employment.
Have to work vacations around center schedule and it is first come, first served basically. The requirement is 2 weeks advanced notice, but sometimes vacations are denied because someone else needs off immediately or there is no one to cover for you.