I worked at Chandler School full-time (More than 3 years)
There is a supportive administration, good hours, fantastic community. Even staff positions that must work during the summer/winter breaks have reduced hours and a lot of time off.
Sometimes it is difficult to raise problems beyond your direct supervisor without appearing to be "going over their head."
Advice to Management
Solicit anonymous feedback that actually stays anonymous, or at the very least doesn't get back to a direct supervisor. A suggestion on how to do this is to respond to concerns by (while appearing to do it in the standard course of business) asking general and then more specific questions of people in the department. This could even take the form of general surveys about what employees would improve/change about their role if given the option, etc, giving them a chance to air concerns beyond a direct supervisor without appearing to be throwing them under the bus or complaining.
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