GTM Household Blog
A proposed class-action settlement could eliminate the cost savings of having an au pair over a nanny by helping au pairs get fair-market wages and better working conditions.
With a snow day policy as part of your work agreement, clear communications with your nanny, and proper planning when bad weather is forecast, you can reduce the frustrations and possible resentment over snow days that can harm your employee relationship.
Here are some tips for household employers to help improve your employee relationship and stay compliant with tax, wage, and labor laws.
From minimum wage increases to nanny tax compliance to paying your nanny the right way, here are our most popular household employment blog posts of 2018.
As with any gift giving, knowing your nanny’s interests, hobbies, and lifestyle will help you find a gift that will be personal and valued.
Make sure you’re following the law by paying your nanny or other household employees at least the highest applicable minimum wage rate. Many states have increased their rates for 2019!
Haven’t been keeping up with your household employment taxes? You could be in for a surprise. As an early gift to you, we’ll help you handle your year-end nanny taxes and maybe get you back on Santa’s nice list.
Independent contractor or employee? Worker classification is an important first step in the professional relationship between a family and nanny. So it’s critical to get it right.