Supervisors with no moral obligations
Camp Counselor (Former Employee) – Westmount, QC – 29 June 2017
I saw a colleague of mine physically abusing a child with special needs. When I asked my supervisor to get him to stop, he stood there, watched and even participated in hurting the child (the supervisor and colleague were friends). I then had to explain the bruises to the child's parents. The supervisors care more about protecting their friends instead of doing the right thing, even when it comes to the safety of the kids.
I've seen numerous incidents where the supervisors were directly involved in putting the safety of the kids at risk (too many to list here).
I've also experience bullying, racism and discrimination by my supervisors.
This is not a healthy workplace and it wont be until there is a new management team.
Supervisors have no moral obligations and they don't care about the kids.