Building a Profitable Daycare Business

How to Identify and Assist Burned-Out Daycare Employees

Daycare Employee burn-out should be a serious concern of all directors

Daycare Employee burn-out should be a serious concern of all directors. It can be difficult for teachers to keep their energy and motivation high day in and day out. A burned-out employee can develop a short fuse causing stress within the classroom. They can also make work difficult for the entire staff. Spotting these early warning signs can help prevent problems down the road.

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The Major Role Played By Early Childhood Education

It is very important that every child undergoes early childhood education. It is a fact that during the first eight years of life a child needs special and detailed guidance from professional educators. This is because the preschool education…
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Tips for Women who want to Open a Daycare Centers

If you love caring for children and you are passionate about owning your own business, then you may be a good fit as a childcare center owner. It can be quite hard to be successful in this venture. You will need to wear many hats to be…
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5 Best Free Childcare Software 2019

Being a parent is one of the most challenging responsibilities one can ever have. And how could it get worse? Growing children need extra time, love, and care from their parents. More often, parents get extra concerned about their security…
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Types of Childcare Businesses: Which One Should You Start?

Childcare in America is a $22 billion industry, and the demand for quality childcare providers has never been greater. There are more children in daycare and more two-parent families where both parents work outside of the home. The good…
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Opening, Running, and Growing a Childcare Business

It was never my dream to be in the business of looking after children. It was, however, the dream of my step-daughter. I had many years of experience running an extensive verity of companies. When an opportunity presented itself to her to step into a daycare space that had been vacant for two years, I was all in to make it happen. Over the years we have learned a lot about managing, marketing, financing, and enjoying the childcare business. Childcarebiz.com was created to share that knowledge.

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