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High stress job for mediocre pay. Little to no support from management. A sink or swim type of environment.Having a good work/life balance is frequently talked about, but there are few supports in place for this to be possible. New job duties constantly being added with little training and no additional pay.
This is a really good place to work at I’ve worked here 2 years in October and I really like it. There have been changes over those years like coworkers coming and going but other wise myboss is very understanding and flexible. The kids are amazing and you grow yourself working there as well. Over all I really like it
Hour break, friendly coworkers, amazing kids
Drama but not much and usually gets resolved
Some policies make you feel belittled, not trusted to do the right thing, little recognition or none. Parents started leaving soon after YMCA took over so numbers dropped and staff received less hours. At interview you were made to feel there was opportunities for training or other job positions this was not evident to me after employment.
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Working split shift is never a great deal, but the Y recognizes that and offers full time split shift staff salary and full benefits. ECAs aren't paid enough to live on but the schedule allows for a second job with flexible hours. If you have an ECE degree, you will be paid higher than average.
Paid trainings, supportive management, fast paced
Lots of paperwork and non paid prep
While working with children is great and i love it i do enjoy this aspect as iys very rewarding. The upper management is not great to work for as they play favorites and do not pay us well. They have the child care center to help supplement the fitness center and i feel they should each be there own as the child care is a non profit organization.
The children were great. I observed a lot of disorganization and name blame game. The pay was not what it was suppose to be for that program, definitely Underpaid.
Excellent place to work in. Diversity amongst staff is visible at all branches. There is a lot of support from supervisors to foster all staff members needs and growth. The workplace culture is positive and uplifting.
Professional Development and workshops are offered.
It was a great learning experience, it really shaped me as an educator and expanded my view on observations, childbearing practices and formal documentation practices. They support their educators and encourage continuing education and professional development. Team leads were amazing teammates and mentors.
Being a supply staff has more pros than it has cons. You get various experience working in several different sites and you're not confined to just one location. You get to meet wonderful staff and amazing kids each time. You basically set your own schedule and can work between 0-44 hours which is amazing especially if you have school or another full time job. The interview is difficult but if you get an interview GO and be your best self!
Good balance life style keep you active. member are very cooperative, management are well train for their job- there is consistent training everyday . this the work learning while you are working which not only keep you active is also keep growing personally.it's fun working here
The Millidgeville community centre was the worst place I ever worked. The supervisors were horrible and did not care about staff. She yelled at staff in front of other staff and the children. Working there gave me workplace anxiety that I had to go to therapy for. They appear like they are so inclusive, but that is not the case. My job was threatened many times and when I took my issues to HR nothing was done. I do not recommend working for the YMCA!!