The life of a personal assistant is very exciting. We detail what their days look like.
In the first part of our two-part series, we detailed why chauffeurs, chefs and nannies all make great hires. Here are three more professionals.
Stay prepared this winter by hiring these three professionals.
A lovely West Los Angeles family is seeking for a professional, energetic, self-starter, caring nanny to care for their children. Nanny must be flexible and work weekends pertaining to schedule. Nanny must also obtain 8+ years of experience working with…
A high-profile family in Thousand Oaks is looking for a mother’s helper to care for twins! This nanny must obtain 8+ years experience working with toddlers and private families, obtain excellent communication skills and be extremely organized! This position does…
It takes a lot of hard work to become a great personal assistant. However, with the right guidance, you can improve your relationship with your employer and make your job a heck of a lot easier.
If you’re a personal assistant and want to know how you can better earn the trust of your employer, here’s some ways to make great impressions.
Make a great impression on your first day of work by not conducting yourself in the wrong way.
Whether you’re applying to be a personal chef, nanny, personal assistant or chauffeur, it’s important to know what to do on the first day of the job.
A high-profile family is looking for a housekeeper to be added to their housekeeping team in Thousand Oaks, CA. This housekeeper must obtain 5+ years experience as a housekeeper, obtain excellent communication skills, be highly organized and a detailed cleaner,…