I wanted to pass along how happy I am to have Fatima working with our family. After just 11/2 days, I can see that she is a perfect fit for for child. We are lucky to have her.
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What Does Your Facebook Say About You?
By now it should be no secret; when applying for a job employers will look at your Facebook page. They’ll also often look at your Twitter, Google+ and Instagram profiles and pages in addition to doing an broad based Internet search.
What does your social footprint say about you?
When considering what you share publicly for the world to see, you must ask yourself how others who don’t know you personally will perceive you based on the information you have shared.
When job searching, here are seven examples of things that potential nanny employers won’t be impressed with and may cost you the chance at a job:
While you certainly have every right to express yourself, your opinions and your views, before exercising that right you should ask yourself who has access to what you are sharing and how what you have shared may be perceived by others.
Job seekers may wish to review their privacy settings to ensure that what they are sharing is only shared with a selected audience and to review their past history for questionable content.
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