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I have complained previously of being placed in a classroom that was not meeting state licensing requirements for teacher:child ratios.
Last week I was placed in an infants room (my daughters room, but she was placed in another class at the time). Again the room was at 5:1 ratio and I was told to call the other teacher if it gets "too crazy". Eventually the assistant director placed the other teacher in when children were waking up.
I don't feel comfortable leaving my daughter in a room that is not held at state ratios.
I can't afford to work and pay child care at a different center. They have cut my hours as well, which makes it difficult to pay my insurance, child care and gas to go to work.
They have denied my child care that I pay for by citing policies that do not exist. I was not given compensation for the care they denied for two weeks, when they were unable to find a company policy that they were enforcing.
*since then they have cut my hours (beyond overtime that other employees are getting their hours cut) when they know I need to pay for my daughter's child care. They have floated me around and now tell me I am not doing my job in my classroom. I find it difficult when they are moving me around and cutting my planning time (and not other employees). I feel she is retaliating against me for going to HR about her enforcing a policy that did not exist.
My boss has told me I changed since having my daughter after returning from fmla maternity leave. To the point telling me she would have to lay someone off and it wouldn't be the other prek teacher.
They have put me in other classrooms when I stated upon being hired that I would not quit my past job for any other room than Prek. They are telling me if I refuse to work any other job I am going to be fired for insubordination.
My boss is making it very difficult for me to stay. Do I have any rights to leave with just cause?