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he relationship between “employer” & “employee” is most unique in the Private Sector – Personal Service Industry. This is the rarest of situations, where an employee’s responsibilities require they be a part of their boss’s everyday private lives. This “connection” in most cases inevitably leads to the employee’s personal life being opened up to their employer. It’s virtually impossible for the traditional “boss/worker” relationship we see in the corporate/business world to be remotely similar in a residential/family setting.

Of course there is always a line drawn and boundaries set, as in all work environments. Never the less, the environment itself tends to create this “one of a kind” rapport.

Because of this exceptional link between “employer” & “employee,” we ask for Comments, Thoughts, Ideas, Suggestions, Experiences & Stories. Please take a moment to submit an item of interest, related to Household/Domestic Staff or previous work stories. The funnier…the better. The more informative…the more helpful for all.

 

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Greenhouse Agcy Ltd - The Ultimate Leader in Personal and Domestic/Household Service Staffing Needs

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  • Jaylan says:

    Kewl you shuold come up with that. Excellent!

  • Dasia says:

    That addresses several of my concerns actlualy.

  • Jaydee says:

    Wowza, proeblm solved like it never happened.

  • Andre says:

    Denise was awesome to work with, she was patient, understanding and cooperative.  Even though I was over qualified for the initial position, Denise used her contacts and knowledge of the industry to point me in the right direction.  I would recommend working with Denise and plan to refer friends I know to her so she can end their job search.

  • QUESTIONS TO BE ASKED DURING AN INTERVIEW
    Why did you leave your last job? Will your previous employers speak on the phone about you? Why are you a ——————? Do you enjoy this work or is it the money? What would you do if (hypothetical situations) my two kids are fighting over the same toy? If we’re away and my Son starts running a fever? Can you work late on occasion, if we’re delayed one evening in getting home?  If I can’t make dinner one evening, are you willing to put something together for us? You’re looking for degree of flexibility and willingness. What salary are you seeking? (you always want a content Personal Service Staffer)
    By; Glenn Greenhouse

  • When checking references on a candidate, know who your talking to. Google the address of the reference, Google the reference, IE: your given a name, phone & address, Your told the Nanny earned $1,000.00 per week, worked with other staff in a large Suburban House with a swimming pool, tennis court, gazebo etc. After doing a bit of Google, you find the house is a tiny row house, in an industrial area & the reference works as a taxi driver….duh, something isn’t right.  When interviewing, see what your kids think. Note your “pets” reaction to the candidate.  Kids and dogs have a natural instinct. True professional, seasoned candidates will NOT wear flashy jewelery, have tattoos, smell from heavy perfume or be dressed for a “Saturday Night Out.”
     
    Things to think about when go over a potential employee’s references
    by: Glenn Greenhouse
    Glenn

  • glenn says:

    Yulia,
    What’s up?  You ok?

  • jesse says:

    Glenn,

    Had a great, great time in Switzerland, minus the treacherous skiing conditions. I grew up in the Berkshires, but the Alps are a whole different beast.

    Glad to be back stateside.

  • Denise says:

    WISHING EVERYONE A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR. 

    DENISE



     

  • Hey Chris,
    You haven’t been forgotten.  Please call me when you get a chance.
     
    Thanks
    Glenn
    Greenhouse Agcy,Ltd.
    212.889.7505

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