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If you apply you better have a smartphone ..otherwise don't apply or have ANY family emergencies! They are NOT at ALL flexible or sympathetic to employees family emergencies!

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10 hrs a week then on call 24/7. I always had to be available and i never missed a thing.

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The hours are great. I discussed them with my family prior to starting employment.

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I feel is a great successful growing company with excellent service.

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No training, expect you to know eveything about the job

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I walked in and presented myself.

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I started with 2 full days PTO and accrued 3 hours of PTO in each pay period.
The schedule was flexible within reason and with advanced notice/approval.

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Nannies are background checked and drivers history is also looked at to make sure that you are safe to be around and drive the kids if need be.

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The nannies do not live in, but more permanent family assignments and hours can be arranged. This is a great fit for people who are looking to make some extra cash between semesters or during an extended break from schools.

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The office opened at 8:30am and an admin staff was available until 6:30pm (sometimes later) Monday through Friday. Saturdays 9am-2pm during the school year.

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