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Randstad Employee Review

fun work place

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11 February 2019
looking after and teaching children from ages 0-5 basics.
having a lot of patients.

management was always around.

learning each child's attitude and personality, each day was different.

watching the children enjoying themselves.
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Pros
lunches
Cons
short hours
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