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Aupair advice

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cockatoo Thu 13-Jun-13 20:48:47

Thank you again Nannynick. Greatly appreciated.

nannynick Thu 13-Jun-13 19:41:54

Make sure they can legally work in your country. If you are in the UK, stick with European Nationals, or those who can enter under the Youth Mobility Scheme.

nannynick Thu 13-Jun-13 19:33:37

Interview, check references, agree working hours and duties, agree pay, draw up a contract.

Look through threads on here about AuPairs. This Search will be a starting point for message threads about aupairs.

cockatoo Thu 13-Jun-13 13:56:48

Have found an Aupair through aupair world website. What is the next step? Never had an aupair before. Thanks

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