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Children Of America East Brunswick Reviews

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East Brunswick, NJ

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  • Upper management likes to work with the parents and with the staff (in 3 reviews)

  • They make you feel like family and that the work we do is important and valuable (in 2 reviews)

  • Restructuring of upper management almost weekly (in 9 reviews)

  • I've worked for corporately owned child care centers for over 10 years (in 5 reviews)

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  1. Helpful (2)

    "As a former teacher, its safe to say that you should find another daycare"

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    • Senior Management
    Current Employee - Teacher in East Brunswick, NJ
    Current Employee - Teacher in East Brunswick, NJ
    Doesn't Recommend
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    I have been working at Children Of America full-time (Less than a year)


    -if management is horrible, than you have the help of some great teachers there
    -students are awesome


    - directors does not have your back as a teacher at all, they never do
    - lack of communication
    - directors does not follow the correct procedures when handling the problem
    - directors brush problems under the rug because they simply do not want to deal with it
    - low pay, but is expected to do everything
    - supplies for classroom is always limited or barely even there; this forces the classroom teacher to buy everything for their classroom; toys, art supplies, materials for instructional lesson plans
    - i've been working there for a few months and never received my 30 day review or my 90 day review, I was never observed in the classroom
    -does not follow the serving menu at all
    - I had to get out, most toxic environment ever and the directors are the one to blame

    Advice to Management

    Directors need to communicate more with their staff and find answers. A simple "we'll see" is not good enough. Higher up managers should provide more and ongoing training for the directors and should see if the people they pick are well qualified (if they have the college cardinals)

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