If you do not fit into their mould of yes sir no sir don't apply
Educator (Former Employee) – Queensland – 19 April 2017
this company only looks after their upper management, They do not like to spend money on centres that are not in their special selection.
Their HR team are very unprofessional. They will sell your centre without telling you.
were good to work for before they decided to get too big too fast and then crapped themselves at the mess they got into and then had to be saved by Anchorage....whom if you researched are even less to be desired to work for.
if you suck up and not say anything and become a yes person then this is the company for you
do not care if you put in 12 hr days. No PD. Strips budgets to a minium
Teacher (Former Employee) – Brisbane QLD – 31 December 2018
Started working at Affinity due to the wonderful philosophy of the manager. After the manager changed, so did the culture at the centre. High staff turnover and occupancy halved. Profit was their primary concern rather than the education and care of the children. HR need to listen to the concerns of staff on the floor rather than managers who can talk the talk
The vision of Affinity Educatin Group is inspiring
Their vision is not possible when profit comes first