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Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Inc Reviews
What is it like working at Bright Horizons Family Solutions, Inc?
"Feel stuck and undervalued."
Assistant Director, Child Care in Ames:
Pros: Children and families we care for.
Cons: High expectations, but not much support or acknowledgement.
"It is a great learning experience. I love what I do, and just knowing that everyday is a unique and challenging experience is a motivation for me to achieve positive results."
Toddler Teacher in Phenix City:
Pros: The ability to assist young children grow in a positive way. To be able to help children with challenges.
Cons: Parents and Co workers who are not willing to work together as a team.
Toddler Teacher in Santa Monica:
I love working with my toddlers, I just wish the pay was higher. I don’t think we get paid enough to do what we do. We do a lot of work and we have to be flexible within our center, but yet I don’t feel we get recognized for that. I am happy and love the job title I have, I am very proud of what I do.
"Professionally Rewarding but under paid."
Pros: The children. It is very rewarding to help children grow emotionally and physically healthy.
Cons: Low rates. Lunch breaks always late. BH is not a bad company however, I feel they pay bad for all what they ask from their staff. They also charge a lot to parents but they do not share it with their staff that make the business runs. This Is a corporation so the business is first. Heart principles are there in the paper but I feel money and business are first. They have so many things that you could think they are great company but their low pay is more significant than anything else. I think the people they get as workers are many time with low skills to work with children but you get what you pay.
"Not Too Bad."
Pros: The family partnerships, impact on the childs life.
Cons: Stress level, lack of follow through, the lack of evaluations, underpaid.
"Inclusive and relaxed."
Human Resources Advisor in Northampton:
Pros: variety, being challenged, positive company culture
Cons: Lowly paid for my skill level, communication isnt the best