For many families, visiting a new organization during the holidays can be overwhelming, especially if it involves dropping off a baby or small child for the first time. That initial experience can define their perception regarding the level of care their children will receive. First […]
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! And perhaps one of the busiest. For those managing child-centered organizations, it means scrambling to meet program deadlines, wearing a multitude of different hats, answering nonstop emails and phone calls, putting up decorations, managing extra workers, and […]
As a leader managing the daily operations of a child-focused organization, we know you’re familiar with the safety and security challenges often faced today. Nevertheless, do you know how prepared your organization is to address these challenges?
Listed below are links to three safety and security […]
One of the key benefits of using KidCheck secure children’s check-in system is the accessibility you have to your data. KidCheck offers over 45 different features within their check-in solution, but one of the most compelling is the Comprehensive Reports Library. Easy-to-use reports, across a […]
This week we’re featuring a guest post from Chad Hunt which was initially shared on The Unstock Group blog. Chad currently serves as the executive pastor at Eagle Heights Church in Somerset, KY and leads strategic planning sessions for the Center of Rural Church Advancement […]
We’re excited to share our latest feature addition – KidCheck Check-In Passes. Designed for fitness facilities, activity centers, daycares and other organizations caring for children, Check-In Passes provide the ability to create pre-paid options for members to purchase childcare ahead of time.
Pass options include by […]
The best time to prepare for a natural disaster is before one happens. Resilience and perseverance are essential to overcoming any unforeseen situation, but preparation is vital for any organization to be able to respond and continue to make an impact.
Natural occurrences such as a […]
Moving kids up to the next grade level happens this time each year. It’s exciting transitioning to a brand-new class and meeting a new teacher. For many organizations, it’s a day of celebration, but for some parents, it can be confusing, especially if they’re new. So […]
This is the final post of the six-part series on the Comprehensive Candidate Screening process. So far we covered the written application, background check, social media review, personal references, and the interview.
This post covers two additional courses of action, running a motor vehicle report and […]
This week we’re continuing the discussion on the seven elements of a Comprehensive Candidate Screening process, with topic number five, the Interview. The prior post covered the importance of utilizing Personal References and the role they play in bubbling up need-to-know information about the character, […]