GTM Household Blog
If you employ a pregnant nanny, you may be required to provide reasonable accommodations so she can continue working. These accommodations may also apply to childbirth recovery and any conditions related to pregnancy or childbirth.
Here are 13 ideas for your nanny’s first days to help this transition period go smoothly, make your nanny feel at ease in your home, and lay the groundwork for a healthy work environment.
Using the IRS withholding calculator can help your employee perform a quick “paycheck checkup” to help protect against having too little or too much federal income tax withheld.
If you withhold income taxes from your domestic employee’s pay, encourage them to use the IRS’ withholding calculator and updated W-4 form to make sure they have the right amount of tax taken out of their paychecks.
When you hire private, in-home senior care, you may become a household employer. While this will give you more control over the employment situation, a number of tax, wage, and legal nuances come along with being an employer.
The domestic employee work agreement may be the single most important document between your family and worker. It outlines the employment engagement with specific details about compensation, benefits, terms, and more.
How much you’ll pay a nanny is something you’ll want to figure out early in the hiring process. This way there are no surprises for either side. What factors will influence how much you pay a nanny?
Your nanny benefits in a number of ways and gains protections when being paid legally. It far outweighs the small amount of money that will be taken out of their pay in taxes each week.