ID checks for nannies

December 1997
People Management;12/18/1997, Vol. 3 Issue 25, p14
Relates the implementation of a guideline by the Federation of Recruitment and Employment Service in Great Britain that requires nannies to provide a minimum of two character references before they are sent to a family for interview. Reason for implementation of guideline.


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