I would absolutely be honest with them. People understand that working so intimately and especially with high profile people can be really tough and demanding. I would just explain how uncomfortable they all were.
I was told never to quit a job until you have another. I would write them and email, then verbally tell them you have sent them an email and wait for a response. If you see them before a response, ask them if they have seen it. Make sure to... more
Yes absolutely. Unless a non disclosure has been signed or permission has been granted. It's actually illegal in some states. I would address and confirm you're uncomfortable posting any photos.
During the interview process I was asked to brunch at the park to blend with the family and children. I would suggest that be a good way to create a bond before you'd call upon them occasionally.
I find that no matter how great your resume is, its really more about how well you blend with their family as youll be working intimately with them.
I would decide first if this was something the parents are concerned with. Sometimes the parents just do not care. I have been in situations where i would implement rules and they would allow the children to break them whenever I was gone. I can become exhausting to keep reteaching... more
Remember care givers have family too. I would always get the holidays off, but I would always be offered to spend them with the family I worked with.
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