GTM Household Blog
Taking your nanny on vacation is a luxury and can be quite expensive. Before asking them to join you, you need to think about their pay, expenses, accommodations, downtime, and other considerations.
Some household employers think they don’t need an EIN and can file their employment taxes using their Social Security Number. Here’s why that’s wrong and will cause issues at tax time.
Your children may experience any number of emotions when their nanny leaves. Here are some tips to ease your children’s “separation sadness” and turn saying goodbye to a beloved caregiver into a positive life lesson.
Washington, D.C.’s Universal Paid Leave program provides parental, family, and medical leave benefits for employees working in the District including household workers like nannies, housekeepers, and senior caregivers. Here’s what families need to know to comply with the new regulation.
If you find a great nanny, you’ll want to do everything in your power to keep them. Nannies who are overworked, not trusted, underpaid or treated unprofessionally won’t remain long in your job. Here are seven reasons why your nanny will quit and how you can prevent it from happening.
Nannies, in-home senior caregivers, housekeepers, and other household employees in New Mexico will soon be protected by the state’s minimum wage standards and other wage protections.
Your household employee is likely eligible for Massachusetts PFML (Paid Family and Medical Leave) benefits. Here’s what you need to know to comply with the law when it goes into effect on July 1, 2019.
Your nanny quit and it’s bringing on some anxious moments. Rest easy. We’ll lay out the steps to help make your nanny’s resignation go as smoothly as possible.