Sharon Moloney, president of Nannies on the Go, states, “This is a wonderful opportunity for parents to meet several professional, pre-screened Nannies and hire them on the spot without paying any placement fees.
Southlake, TX (PRWEB) June 22, 2010
As a result of the economy, more parents are being forced back into the workplace and not always in a traditional 8:00am-6:00pm schedule. In an effort to make ends meet, both parents have jobs, with many traveling and working odd hours. How do you find safe, reliable childcare that doesn’t fit the traditional work schedule or cost a fortune?
Nannies on the Go, a Dallas based Nanny Placement Agency, announces a Sitter Soiree to be hosted at Chocolate Secrets located in Dallas, TX. The event will take place Thursday, July 29th at 6:00 p.m.
Sharon Moloney, president of Nannies on the Go, states, “This is a wonderful opportunity for parents to meet several professional, pre-screened Nannies and hire them on the spot without paying any placement fees. It is a quick, fun and inexpensive way to meet the best!”
A “Sitter Soiree” is an event where a parent and childcare specialist meet in a relaxed, comfortable environment to conduct impromptu interviews in person. Each candidate will take a few moments to tell the group of parents about their background and childcare experience. After each specialist has spoken, the families mix and mingle with the candidates to chat in a more casual style.
The Sitter Soiree provides each parent with a detailed book, including all the contact information, resumes and profiles of each candidate. The parents can use this as a resource for finding the perfect nanny or sitter.
The Sitter Soiree, hosted by Nannies on the Go, will provide Champagne, cheese and exceptional chocolates during the event. At the end of the evening, each family leaves with the book and their notes and hand picks the sitter of their choice.
Nannies on the Go was founded in 2005 and has proudly served hundreds of families in the Dallas and Fort Worth area over the past four years.