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Back at Katheryn's house, she interviews a woman named Hanna for an open maid position. As Katheryn presses Hanna for details about the family she used to work for, Hanna declines to answer any questions about their personal lives. Katheryn asks one more question, and Hanna gets up to leave. "I don't think this is the place for me," she says.

Katheryn tells her to sit down. "My family has been known to have a few skeletons in our closet, and it is very important to me that they stay there," she says. "So everyone I hire is under extreme scrutiny, especially in this day of social media. Do you understand?"

Hanna has passed Katheryn's test. She is hired. "Confidentiality is the key to keeping your job," Katheryn says.
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