Manager,deputy,nursery teacher,bank staff (Current Employee) – Greater London – 15 August 2017
Good company not enough pay. Staff are treated like slaves and no respected much. Management cares about themselves. No control over staff member Overall it's the children we all love to be with but the politics are too much Staff meeting after a full day of work exhausting Inexperience staff just to have a body in the room Inexperience managers Vacation time too short even if you've work for the come for over 40 years Not very good insentives If your and employee with a child good luck paying the fees if you child is in bright horizons care
Teacher Assistant (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 August 2016
This company is a wonderful company to work for great families and co workers. I have learned alot from working with this company and have been able to grow from all the training and support that was offered there.
Associate Teacher (Former Employee) – Markham, ON – 17 November 2015
Bright Horizons strives on being organized and consistent with work hours in order to accommodate the number children being dropped off and picked up at the centre. Lunch and 15 minute breaks are fair and respected. Coworkers are friendly and supportive, a great team environment and fosters a safe and accepting attitude. Benefits are standard and fair. Continual training provided in order to ensure that the centre's teachers are up to date. The most enjoyable part of the day is going into work knowing that it will be, for the most part, a predictable outcome.
Assistant Teacher (Current Employee) – Markham, Ont – 25 November 2013
My typical day at work would consist of me to observe the children that enter in my care, plan my activites based on what I have seen, as well as interacting with them while the child is learning through their play and experience.