As a former brick and mortar nanny agency owner, I believe that families need the tools to screen nannies online to avoid hiring mistakes
Beverly Hills, CA (Vocus/PRWEB) February 28, 2011
eNannySource.com is experiencing an increased demand for nannies in Los Angeles and the surrounding areas and is beefing up their recruiting efforts for LA nanny jobs for families in the greater LA area. eNannySource.com has almost 400 nannies in this area, including live-in nannies, part-time nannies and college nannies. Some of the Los Angeles areas covered by the nanny agency are: West Los Angeles, Beverly Hills, Brentwood, Pacific Palisades, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Calabasas, Encino, Studio City, Agoura Hills and the San Gabriel Valley. eNannySource has been one of the local nanny agencies in Los Angeles for 10 years and enjoys an extremely high referral rate and repeat customers. Customer service is something the nanny agency has been known for throughout the many years its been in business.
The service is known for placing hard to place nanny jobs such as part-time and live-in nanny jobs. Since eNannySource is a national service it has several thousand live-in nannies that will relocate. A very high number of nannies on the site are professional nannies and college nannies and include newborn nanny care and special needs care.
The company is pleased to announce that it is rolling out its new step-by-step suite of nanny screening tools so that families using online nanny services can screen like a professional nanny agency. Steve Lampert CEO stated, “As a former brick and mortar nanny agency owner, I believe that families need the tools to screen nannies online to avoid hiring mistakes.” Many families believe that simply doing a nanny background check is enough and in reality its only one part of the nanny screening process. Lampert said, “By doing a simple Google search on the nanny’s name a lot can be learned right away. Most nannies don’t have criminal records, but that doesn’t mean they’re suitable for a nanny job.”
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