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How to Train a New Child Care Worker?

Earlier this week, one of my Facebook friends sent me an inbox message and she asked me if I had a resource on Training New Staff Members.
I was glad that she asked that question, because I have several resources that will empower home providers and center owners in the arena of staff management.

However, before I share the links with you, I want to share 5 Effective Ways to Train a New Child Care Worker:

  1. Plan a new employee orientation that consists of the following: meeting co-workers, review job duties, give the new employee a tour of his or her work environment, plan time to complete tax forms; review policies and procedures,etc.
  2. On the employee’s first day; provide hands-on-training for the employee or pair the employee up with your best worker. (Modeling is a great way to train new employees)
  3. On the second day, give the employee some space to do his or her job and stay close by to answer any questions.
  4. At the end of the employee’s work week, ask the employee how did his or her week go? Get feedback and provide support!
  5. Take some time to observe the employee during the first 3 weeks of employment, because the way that an employee is trained, is how they will continue to work.

For more staff management resources I would like to recommend that you check out the following:

21 Day Mastermind eCourse (find course in online Institute)
Director’s Handbook
The Art of Owning a CenterTo Your Success!
Shiketa

 

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Furthermore, I believe that if parents are constantly late paying tuition, this could lead to a cash flow problem in your Business!

Many Childcare Business Owners ask me how do I get parents to pay them on-time and my answer is always as follows:

  1. You have to be very diligent about collecting payments on-time
  2. Parents must know that they must pay you on-time or choose another provider
  3. Be assertive about collecting payment, because being passive about your money, will only lead to delinquent accounts
  4. Finally,  if you know that you provide a great service and then you know that you Deserve to get paid for it!

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The Tuition Policy  Makeover was great! After 23 years as a home provider, I’ve found that since the recession, I’ve had more difficulty with this issue and needed to change the way I collect from clients. It was easy to follow each step that was outlined each day. It was worth every penny! I plan to use it as I transition from Family Childcare to a Center.”
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Miss Terri’s Little School
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