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Karen Tried To Outwit Babysitter By Lying About Salary And Calling It A Typo

Never settle for less and always negotiate wisely.

If you are someone who wants to sell your skills, we would suggest you be careful because this world is full of people with malevolent intentions who would be ready to trick you down and get the most out of you at a minimum wage. The funny part is, they would expect you to be happy with it and somehow they would manipulate you into thinking that they are paying a handsome salary and you wouldn’t get such a good salary anywhere else. Here’s a Karen who wanted to hire a babysitter who could complete almost four jobs done at a salary lesser than one. She tricked the babysitter into saying “yes” to the job and later refused to pay the discussed salary by calling it a typo. Scroll down to read the full story.

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1. Karen is the villain of this story and here is how it all started.

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2. Requirements for the job:

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3. Always discuss the salary first.

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4. When you use typo as an excuse to trick someone.

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5. Karen tried to negotiate the price.

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Ghosting was the only option you were left with. There is no use-of negotiation with such malicious people, they would come up with more excuses. It is weird how some people refuse to pay hardworking people who can take care of their kids better than a daycare. People take notes, we are all here trying to make money. Act professional when it comes to paying someone.

6. Live-in-nanny, housekeeper and personal chef for less than daycare.

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7. Block people who refuse to pay you the wage you deserve.

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8. That’s robbery.

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9. NTA. Never settle for less.

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10. We are happy she didn’t say $11 per month.

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Looking at the unprofessionalism and high expectations of Karen, we aren’t surprised she didn’t say $11 per day. She could have been expecting the babysitter to say yes on $11 per month. The only way to deal with Karens is to ghost them, block them and never lower your standards for them. Tell us in the comments, what would have you done if it were you at the place of this babysitter?

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