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Thursday, September 30, 2010

Babynurse Interviewing Questions

Below are some Babynurse interviewing questions I hope will help you with finding a babynurse or finding a babynurse position.

Do you read to the baby?
Do you talk to the baby?
Do you sing to the baby?
Do you hold the baby?
Do you believe in letting the baby cry? If so, for
how long?
Basinet Vs the Crib?
How old should the baby be before you start
with a sleep schedule?
Do you have any experience with new mother’s
Do you have any experience with pumping and
supplemental feedings?
Have you worked on cases where the basinet
has been in the room with Mom and Dad?
How long have you been working
with children?
Why do you like working with children?
How many babynurse cases have
you done?
What were the lengths of time for
most of your positions/cases?
Do you have any multiple experiences,
Twins, Triplets?
Do you have much experience with
first time parents? If so, how did you
help adjust the baby with its parents?
Did you ever keep a journal for the
baby? If not, will you keep a detailed
journal if requested?
How comfortable are you giving us
detailed reports about the baby and
its day?
What did you find the most challenging
or difficult working with first-time
Do you have any experience with
Preemie babies?
Do you have any experience with
Do you have any experience with
Do you have any experience with
Sleep Apnea?
Do you have any experience with
Do you have any experience with
Ear infections?
Do you have any experience with
Special Needs
Do you have experience with
Baby proofing? Nursery Set Up?
Do you have a list of things you
recommend for first time parents?
Before the Baby comes

Friday, August 27, 2010

An act to amend the labor law, the executive law and the workers' compensation law, in relation to establishing regulations regarding employment of domestic workers including hours of labor, wages and employment contracts

As of August 27th, 2010 This bill is waiting on Governor Patterson desk to sign.

Do you believe he will sign it as is?

If you are a household employer or a household employee, I am interested in knowing your thoughts.
Let me know.

Nanny interviewing tips, Finding a new Nanny, housekeeper or Householdstaffing Job

Below are some tips to help you in your search for a new job.   Most of this these tips are common sense ideas,  however, during the interview process you would be surprised how nerves and anticipation can alter a persons behavior.
Good Luck!

1.      Smile
2.      Do not complain about previous employers.  If you had issues with a former employer try to be diplomatic about explaining it in an interview.
3.      Do not initiate discussion about salary, vacation, and/or benefits during the first interview.  If the employer brings it up, answer questions honestly but do not bring it up yourself.
4.      Arrive at your interview 10 minutes early.  If you aren’t familiar with the area, get a map or directions and go to the house the day before to be sure you won’t get lost and be late on the interview day.
5.      Dress professionally.  No jeans, flip flops, or sweatshirts.  Wear nice pants or skirt and a blouse with nice shoes.  Be conservative in your attire: no tight shirts, or short skirts.  Minimal makeup.  Make sure your hair is clean and neatly styled.  No perfume.  No Chewing gum
6.      Think about how you present yourself and the things you will say.  Let them know that you are a hard worker and that you are good at what you do.  Don’t give a potential employer any reason to believe that you are lazy or looking for an easy job.
7.      Do not call the client except if you are lost on the way to the interview.  Do not call to follow up on the interview.  All client communication should be done through the agency unless the Client asks you to contact them directly.
8.      Do not bring other people (i.e. children, husband, friends, etc.) to the interview.
9.      Bring a copy of your resume, reference letters, and legal documentation (Social Security card, Green Card, Work Permit, Driver’s license) to the interview.