When shortlisting staff I have a hard look at the resumes and cover letters looking for experience and skills. I also look for any discrepencies, gaps in employment etc.
Many parents inherit human resources professional duties as a consequence of having to provide staff for their loved ones. One such duty is having to interview staff.
For parents who employ staff to care for loved ones, finding staff can often be a frustration. What follows are some ways that I have had success in finding staff in the Vancouver area.
Are you a parent in the process of separating or divorcing?
The Red Book online is a compendium of human services available in the lower mainland of British Columbia.
The Giving in Action Society
The Fussy Baby website is quite useful to any parent of a small child.