December 5, 2015 AccessAdmin

Jewish Classifieds in local and national newspapers were for many years one of the most important ways potential candidates could find Jewish jobs. Job seekers would pour over the classified ads, coming away with ink stained fingers and hopefully a job lead or two. Since the year 2000 the revenue from classifieds has been continually dropping as more and more job seekers turn to alternative sources and to the internet in particular

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June 22, 2015 AccessAdmin

If your household is in anyway typical, then you join the ranks of other parents who often feel harried and overwhelmed by everything they are required to do and expected to be. Moreover, if you are like many Frum women of today, you may have entered the workforce, leaving you with even less time to take care of your family and challenged with balancing career with motherhood.

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June 21, 2015 AccessAdmin

Providing care to someone elderly or ill can be deeply satisfying. However, caregiver burnout (or caregiver stress syndrome) is a common issue – whether you are fulfilling an important Torah mitzvah by looking after an elderly parent, caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease, or providing care for someone with cancer or another ailment. Not only does being a caregiver have its own set of challenges, but if you are trying to balance a busy family life and work on top of it, providing care can become overwhelming.

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June 21, 2015 AccessAdmin

With the popularity of in-home care for seniors on the rise, maintaining a safe environment is a critical aspect of in-home caregiving. Moreover, frum families who opt to care for their aging or ailing parent or family member at home are adhering to core Torah principles of honoring one’s mother and father, respect for the elderly, and personify ma’aseh avot siman l’banim as their actions serve as an exemplary role model for chinuch banim – for their children’s education.

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June 21, 2015 AccessAdmin

Finding a babysitter that you trust can be challenging, especially when it comes to entrusting your youngsters to a new sitter or to the care of a stranger. The challenge may be even greater in a Frum household, where you want to ensure that your babysitter serves as good role model for your children, that they are observant or at least familiar with Jewish tradition, and where the number of children and the age range may supersede that of an ‘average’ household.

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June 21, 2015 AccessAdmin

Whether you are looking for the perfect nanny, housekeeper, childcare or elderly care, the task of finding the right worker for your family can be daunting – especially if you are Frum. Not only is nothing more important than keeping your loved ones safe, but you are likely searching for an employee who is connected to Yiddishkeit, who is familiar with the laws of Kashrut, and who can uphold your Jewish values of home and family.

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