Fee Bargaining – When Parents From Other Cultures Want to Bargain

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Parents Wishing to Bargain Over Childcare Fees. Do you find some parents who are used to bargaining in their own countries are less accepting of price increases and accepting set prices? Are you cautious when increasing fees or other charges […]

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