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Site Supervisor in Stoney Creek, ON
on 21 January 2021
This is a fun place to work, management is fantasticI worked there and I feel that management are fair with their staff. The team's are very understanding with new staff. I always felt loved by the children who were under our care.
Educator in Edmonton, AB
on 20 January 2021
Great Place to work!I've always looked forward to going to work at Tiny Hoppers. There has been a change in management, which has made the environment a lot more positive and enjoyable. It feels like family. The staff are well supported and the management team really shows their appreciation - almost monthly - with different activities or ways to thank them. Every day is different, but it's always fun. There are multiple workshop opportunities to further advance professional development. We have a great team with low turn over.
RECE in Oil City, ON
on 7 December 2020
Do not recommend working hereOwner and management were very unprofessional. They do not care about ratios and new COVID guidelines. They frequently show favouritism among the employees. They have unprofessional boundaries and delegate their job to their employees. Work culture is toxic, unsupportive, and overwhelming.
RECE in Ottawa, ON
on 17 June 2020
I feel so sorry for those families...My interview? "Can you be here every day for 7?" That was IT. No questions about me experience, why I wanted to work for the company, nothing about me, zilch. My first thought was "If my child were here I would want more screening for educators." The staff there were all young with no educational or working background working with children, which was evident when they failed to count the children on field trips, said the children's faces were "gross" if they had food on them or needed a tissue and made outrageously racist remarks towards them. They would stand around talking about which kids were cute and which they couldn't stand IN FRONT OF THE CHILDREN. When I pointed out concerns they ostracized me. They did not like being advised about how they should model positive behaviour and language in front of the children. I was only trying to look out for the safety and security of the children. They give you an impossible amount of work to complete DURING YOUR BREAK (which is illegal!) or during the time you should be helping the children fall asleep. One day a child fell and hit their head because they were jumping on their bed and the educator didn't see them because they were busy sweeping and mopping when they are supposed to be attending to the children! They ignored ratios frequently so that "friends" could go on break together. 1 educator in a room with 24 children and they are too busy doing cleaning and writing in journals to see one fall off their bed! The music was so loud she didn't even hear her wailing... luckily the chef walked by and saw her on the ground! There were several children there who needed more support and each time I tried to sit down with the coordinator to try and discuss plans to support these children I was waved away and told "we don't have a budget for that". I did some research and discovered some grants we could apply for to assist but no, they weren't interested. They preferred putting children in a "time out chair". Horrible. I could not believe how much the coordinator gossiped about the parents, either. The hours were too long (10, 11 our days) the pay was too low, and the programming was "one size fits all". They did not embrace emergent or play-based learning. Every month educators are sent information packages of what they are supposed to teach, even if some children were not at that developmental level. I was also horrified to learn that they had been trying to get rid of hand foot and mouth disease for SIX MONTHS. When I asked how often they disinfected toys and so on the other educators had no idea what I was talking about. The food served is incredibly unhealthy as well. Greasy, carb heavy and full of sugar. Please apply elsewhere and if you know anyone whose children attend one of these daycares advise them to go to a NOT FOR PROFIT daycare. These for-profits are so terrible and only about money.
ECE in Queensborough, BC
on 13 April 2020
Excellent management and workpalceUpper management are extremely nice. I can see they are aiming to have a culture of caring for all staff. This is definitely a place I would want to stay long term.
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