GTM Household Blog
By 2020, 54 million people in the U.S. will be over the age of 65; by 2040, that number will top 82 million. We can see the growing demand for senior care is critical in our lives and so it will continue.
Safety first! Read this list of home swimming pool safety tips that every pool-owning family should know.
The dangers of hiring without background checks being performed range from theft to physical harm. All of which may be avoided by thoroughly checking an employment candidate’s background.
Household employers hire staff to make life more convenient, easier, and fun—enabling the employer to direct his or her energies toward enjoying his or her family or home. Hiring a nanny through an agency can help make this happen.
It is very important that an employer knows the difference between worker classifications, so that taxes are filed properly and you can avoid the penalties for misclassifying your domestic worker.
A revised form I-9 is coming soon from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). Beginning on September 18, 2017, all employers – including household employers – must use the revised form.
Here are a couple of pieces of travel technology for families that you may find useful when it comes to vacation schedules and home safety.
There are several cities and states with minimum wage increases effective July 1, 2017. Household employers should make sure they are complying with these increases.