You Signed Up For This by Maisie Peters out on 27th August
Placement Success Stories at KCC Institutes
Congratulations Akash Saxena from Btech CSE branch for getting placed in Intellect as Project Engineer.
Congratulations for this achievement.
To the people who haven’t read the TMI graphic novel adaption, I just wanted to let you know that this exists:
Get ready because a new start is coming! Something totally new, positive and exciting is about to begin. This is a message from the Universe that you're starting all over in some way/part of your life. Keep believing that your dreams can and WILL manifest into your life. Forget about the past and what didn't happen, know that a new start is on its way to you!
im totally in my dream critical arc but then i read his astrological chart and see his sun and moon 7th house placements which i also have… some part of me empathised with the excessive and unbearable need for external validation
Asian Law College (ALC) congratulates its LL. B. 2018-21 Batch student Ms. Shivangi Rathore on her Final Placement with Induslnd Bank!
Okay BuzzFeed quizzes are hilariously BAD but
They are much better for no brains thought empty dumb fun
Because my last braincell just peaced out when I attempted to do some uquizzes and got to the compulsory quote question
Time to go find out what kind of an underappreciated dino I am based off the foods I've never tried before, or something
Because this is the kinda brainrot we're dealing with today
3 Actionable Tips To Help Turn Your Brand Into A Global Player Every brand wants to leave its mark on the digital world and find a way to get global attention. With so many brands all competing for the same prize it can be hard to know how to join the game and become a global player. Let's explore three actionable tips that you can use to establish your brand. Read on!
IIMT Group of Colleges Greater Noida, Organizing Virtual Placement Drive No. 127.
Date: 15th June, 2021
Eligibility: B. Tech CS/IT/EC & MCA, Batch - 2021
Profile: - iOS Developer & Frontend Developer
Package :- 5.00 LPA to 8.00 LPA
i was talking to my scorpio cousin abt how my sagittarius cousin’s gf who is a virgo tatted his initials on her wrist and i was like ‘damn why tf did she do that’ and my scorpio cousin was like ‘u know what Adry ur talking to the wrong person bc id do that’ and I was like No! I’m not judging anyone who’d do that but i am judging and questioning her motives bc his gf is the most confusing, moody, petty, rude person i’ve ever met and she claims to hate my cousin all the time and talks shit abt him all the time so my question LITERALLY is WHY? Like i really dont get it like do u like him YES OR NO? Virgos😹 like go meditate or something, she’s so mad all the time!!! But anyways i agree with my scorpio cousin and id be crazy enough to tat someone’s name, picture, or anything that reminded me of them and that was significant to me! When i’m in love, I go all the way! Lmao! Sometimes i feel like it’s my pisces placements bc they are CRAZY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! crazy! stupid! in! love! with! Love
One of the most daunting tasks that a parent can face is selecting a caregiver for their child. Every parent wants to ensure that their child will be safe, loved, and attended to, but how to find that perfect nanny can be challenging. In order to help parents take this often overwhelming task and make it feel more manageable, it helps to break it down a bit. First off, ask yourself some questions about who you are as a family and what you are looking for. Next, figure out how you want your interview with a candidate to go and what information you hope to gain from it. Last, how will you select your nanny from a number of potentially qualified candidates.
Assess Your Family’s Needs
Think about what a typical day in your house looks like with your children. Here are some questions that you can ask yourself.
Are you more hands on and engaged, more likely to promote independence, or some combination of the two?
Do your children have any special circumstances such as food allergies, medical needs, or behavioral challenges that might require a candidate with specialized training or experience?
Do you travel often for work or pleasure and would you want your caregiver to be available more hours during that time, or to travel with you?
Are there pets in the home and do you have expectations of your caregiver to help with them?
Do you prefer having a nanny that lives in your home (and do you have the space!) or one that arrives and leaves each day at scheduled times?
Are you comfortable with your nanny driving, walking or taking public transportation with your children to various places?
Prepping for Your Nanny Interview
Your nanny is a person that will be spending a good bit of time in your home, caring for your most precious possessions. You will want to determine what type of a personality will make you feel comfortable and happy. A few things to look for that might not be as obvious as specific questions are:
Does the candidate have an adequate amount of relevant experience? This may mean different things to different people. For example, if a nanny has ten years of experience, but only one of those was with a newborn, a family with a young infant may want to find someone with more infant experience.
Check the length of previous employment and be sure to seek additional information on the reasons for any shorter term commitments.
During your interview, is the candidate well spoken and a clear communicator? Are they able to answer questions succinctly and with relevant detail?
Interviewing For The Perfect Nanny
For every question you ask a nanny, there is going to be an answer you are hoping to hear. Think through in advance, what you are and are not willing to bend on. Some things may be non-negotiable (such as your thoughts on discipline or screen time) while others may feel more flexible. Here are some questions that you can ask your nanny candidates to ensure that you are finding the perfect nanny who will fit your family’s specific needs:
What are your philosophies around caring for young children?
Do you believe in screen time? How much?
What do you most want the children to gain from their experience with you?
What are your beliefs and practices around discipline?
Are you comfortable with meal prep/cooking?
Are you comfortable caring for a sick child if the need arises?
How will you help my child meet developmental milestones?
How will you ensure that my child is being challenged and engaged in age appropriate ways?
What types of activities might you do?
How would you handle a medical emergency?
For families with multiple children:
How will you manage the differing needs of multiple ages (or the same age if twins)?
What would you do if two children were upset at the same time?
For families with infants:
Would you spend most of the day holding the baby, or rotating between floor time and carrying them?
Are you up to date on your knowledge and training around SIDS (scary question, but so so important!!)?
Are you comfortable handling breast milk (if applicable) or making bottles?
Do you believe in letting a baby “cry it out”?
Working with a Nanny Agency
A nanny placement agency can help parents (and nannies!) to answer many of these questions and screen out candidates that don’t match up to a family’s specific preferences. Additionally an agency can provide reference checks, background screening, and even provide support with helping families with tasks such as contracts and locating payroll services. Agencies are typically aware of industry standards for pay and time off, or other such benefits. Above all, agencies are able to manage pieces of the nanny search puzzle and alleviate some of the work and pressure for busy parents.
Alliance is the placement agency in Ottawa, specialize in the recruitment and placement of permanent, contract and temp positions across Ottawa & canada.
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Im at trust level 7 and my teapot is empty all except my house. My house is DECKED out.
F this retrograde
Imma go AWF.