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HomePay_PayrollGuide_email.pdf

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HomePay_PayrollGuide_email.pdf:





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Salary Negotiation 101 - Full Time Care Giver; Care.com HomePay

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Salary Negotiation 101 - Care.com HomePay: "Salary Negotiation 101





Salary Negotiation 101Having the "money talk" is never easy, but we're here to help. One thing’s for sure–talking about money can be awkward. The family that wants to hire you is trying to stay on budget, but you also have to think of your living expenses. On top of that, as a full-time caregiver, the conversation only starts with your pay! Professional pay also includes factoring in extra cost to help you qualify for benefits like unemployment coverage, Social Security income, Medicare coverage and more. If you think you're ready to talk with your employer, our sample email to families can be a good place to start. Or, just keep reading to get more information! The BasicsWhether you’ve already found a job or you’re still looking, it’s important to know the going rate in your area—and how that compares to what you think is fair. You can use our calculator to get a better idea of what other caregivers…

NANNY TAXES: 2, 65 per hour , Employee Paycheck Calculator - Care.com HomePay

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Employee Paycheck Calculator - Care.com HomePay:



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Seeking Full-time Sitter - Job in Santa Monica, CA 6580110 - Care.com

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Seeking Full-time Sitter - Job in Santa Monica, CA 6580110 - Care.com:



Avoiding Scams

Care providers should be extra cautious if they receive messages offering employment and advance payment by check without an interview with the family or even a phone call. This is a common internet job scam, which occasionally targets sites offering babysitters, nannies, and other care providers.

At Care.com, we have put together a list of tips to help you avoid such job scams:Never accept payment from a care seeker without having first met the seeker and gone through an interview process.Never give out your social security number, credit card or bank account information to a care seeker. (Care.com requests your SSN in order to run a background check but we do NOT store your SSN in our systems once the check is complete.)Never accept payment by check for an amount which is greater that what you agreed upon. Never wire money back to someone who pays you by check.To protect your privacy, use Care.com…

Spaghetti Genovese, Jim's unilateral WETDREAM: | Life Line Screening

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Spaghetti Genovese | Life Line Screening:

Recipe Ingredients2 cups packed baby spinach8 ounces whole-wheat spaghetti1 cup thinly sliced new or baby potatoes (about 4 ounces)1 pound green beans, trimmed and cut into 1-inch pieces1/2 cup prepared pesto1 teaspoon freshly ground pepper1/2 teaspoon salt
PreparationBring a large pot of water to a boil over medium-high heat. Add spinach and cook just until wilted, about 45 seconds. Use a slotted spoon or fine sieve to transfer the spinach to a blender. Return the water to a boil and add spaghetti and potatoes. Cook, stirring once or twice, until almost tender, 6 to 7 minutes. Add green beans and cook until tender, 3 to 4 minutes more.When the spaghetti and vegetables are almost done, carefully scoop out 1 cup of the cooking liquid from the pot. Pour 1/2 cup of the liquid into the blender and add pesto, p - Republished; See more at: http://www.lifelinescreening.com/Community/Healthy-Recipes/Recipes/Spaghetti-Genovese?&utm_source=newsletter&a…