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Welcome parents! This topic is for anyone looking for advice on managing childcare or balancing parenthood while working / job searching
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Sidney Walters
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4 months ago

Before your interview at #Childcare network make sure to...

Childcare network Conway Probably the worst place I’ve ever worked. They are rough with the kids. I’ve seen adults push toddlers down and pin them down to take naps. They had us lie about incident reports, I would never work for this company again let alone send my child there

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Cooper Sylvia
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over 6 months ago

I need someone to help stay with my kids this vacation. $10.5 is the pay. Kid are under 10years old two girls #teenjobs #childcare #parttime

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Eleana Bowman
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over 6 months ago

Parents and guardians often face an uphill battle when it comes to balancing work and childcare. Here are 3 trustworthy services you can use to find quality child care that will help make their lives easier to manage.

  1. Winnie
    Winnie is an online marketplace for daycare and preschool options near you! You can join a community of parents and take advantage of their extensive search options - including drop-in daycare options and facilities with “odd hour” scheduling.

  2. Care.com
    Care.com is one of the world’s largest online platforms for managing family and childcare. You can find caregivers near you and connect with them safely through the app to coordinate conversations and interviews. You can also get advice, access reviews, and request background checks.

  3. Urban Sitter
    Urban Sitter is a one-part social network and one-part caregiver matchmaking service. You’ll get sitter recommendations based on who you know and where you are. You’ll also see the most popular and highly recommended sitters from parents across school, neighborhood, religious, or parents groups.


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Kianna Watson
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over 6 months ago

One thing I would have loved to have at #ChildCare Network was better leadership and a better work environment.

I loved my students and my parents, they were never the problem. Management was the issue. They found your abilities and strengths then exploited them when they needed you. A few opportunities were given to me only for me to find out I was a placeholder until the person they were waiting on came in. There really isn't room to move up unless you're willing to bite your tongue when things are wrong/when you're wronged and not stand up to yourself when you're being spoken to like you are less than. A few good things that came out of my time here were my relationships with my parents and students and the friendships that I made there. Other than that it was just a big learning experience of what I would never allow myself to put up with from a job and how much more my physical/mental/emotional health was than this place. #childcare #childcarenetwork #cni

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Amariona Marshall
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over 6 months ago

#childcare #health you can add honey and safe money they make good dells and you can bye a lot of gifs :)

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Lenin Pina
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Awesome! Do you have some gift ideas for the holidays @Amariona Marshall ? Please share! Thank you

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Kai Dickerson
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over 6 months ago

Working parents might relate to this one: #LosAngeles unified school district is staying the best case scenario would be reopening schools in January 2021 - despite neighboring Orange and Ventura counties being open...

My kids are back in school on a "hybrid" part-time remote and part-time in school, and we've had 2 COVID cases reported already. I worry all the time... #childcare #California

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over 6 months ago

I'm Chloe Whitt, I am 14 and waiting for a babysitting opportunity in my area of Leesburg, FL 32159. I love kids and am a responsible person who isn't afraid of getting their hands a little dirty! I have had a past summer job at my father's place of work and have done very well there. I am excited about your response!

#firstjob #childcare #14yearsold #babysitting

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over 6 months ago

Hello! My name is Ariyana and I'm 21 years old. I've just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from FIT and I’m looking for a job anywhere. I have experience as a childcare worker! And I'm willing to work long hours if necessary! Thanks for reading it's a scary world out there. Stay safe

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