Children: age, daily routine, school and general information;
Home responsibilities: housekeeping, laundry, meal preparations, etc.
General: working hours, salary, benefits, accommodation (if live-in position)
Personal, educational background and work experience
Describe a typical day with the children, i.e.: activities, meal preparations, etc.
Discipline methods: "what would you do if..."
Medical emergency: "How would you deal with an injury...
Introduce your children to the applicant and watch the natural response and interaction between them.
Closing questions: Can you handle the job? Are you interested to work for us? Do you have any questions for us?
General impression: appearance. personality, ability to handle the job.
Strengths and weaknesses: language skills. interaction with the children, etc.
Salary and work load issues.
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Hiring A Live-In Nanny or A Live-Out Nanny
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Hints and questions for interviewing applicants for a nanny position
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