Babysitter no-show: leave bad review or let it go?
February 18, 2014 6:38 AM Subscribe
I posted a nanny position on one of the major caregiver sites. One of the candidates failed to show up to her (paid) trial, and did not respond to voicemails or messages following up. Is it worth leaving her a bad review?
posted by snickerdoodle to Work & Money (23 answers total)
On the one hand, I don't want to screw her over. On the other hand, showing up is a rather important part of being a childcare provider, we had to reschedule quite a few things to find a time when she could meet our whole family. I do know from the site that she has logged on, and there were no transit issues that would have prevented her from arriving. I'm assuming she found another job and just didn't let me know. Given the circumstances, is it worth leaving her a bad review?