1 October 2018
As a leading childcare provider, we recognise the importance of giving our employees a choice on how they work with us. We are committed to play a leading role in supporting our staff to build a successful childcare career as well as finding the right work/life fit, while ensuring that the very highest quality of care and education has been delivered to our parents and children.
If you work as a Bright Start Bank Staff you get to choose the exact hours and days you want to work (via their app). It's completely flexible!
They will beg you to do extra if they’re under staffed. You will hardly get paid over time. It’s not something they particularly care about. Never got paid any of mine.
Overtime is paid or time off is agreed! Definitely a great work life balance! Especially with the flexible working hours!
I work 8 hours a day with a one hour unpaid lunch break. Some of the girls work 4 days a week, 10 hour shifts with only half an hours break.
I worked five days a week either doing 7.15-4.15, 8-5, 8.30-5.30, 9-6 or 9-6.30 with 30 minutes time back accumulated. I also had a few years of doing four days a week working 7.15-6.15.
In access of contracted hours
6 hours per day 4 days a week
Hours are flexible
The hours are far too long. There is an hour for lunch but no other breaks, which when added to constant overtime is unhealthy and unsafe.