GTM’s Household Employment Blog
Change can be hard. Especially if a beloved caregiver is moving on or needs to be let go. Transitioning to a new nanny can be difficult. Here are some helpful tips that can help ease the change for you, your children, and your new nanny.
Learning pods and microschools are the latest trends in education during the pandemic. Get answers about these newest ways to care for and educate your children.
With the right precautions, it can be safe to hire someone to clean your home during the pandemic. Here are some steps to follow when hiring and employing a housekeeper.
Wearing a face covering is an important way for all of us – including children – to help slow the spread of the coronavirus. While it may be hard for a child to put on a mask, the more knowledge they have, the better chance for success. Here are 8 tips to help your child wear a mask in public.
Under new guidance from the IRS, household employers are required to report the amount of qualified sick and family leave wages paid to their workers under the Families First Coronavirus Act on Form W-2.
A new online tool from the U.S. Department of Labor can help household employees determine whether they qualify for paid leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Minimum wage rates in several states and cities are increasing on July 1, 2020. To be compliant with wage laws, household employees must be paid at least the highest of the applicable federal, state, or local rate. Here is your guide to July 1 minimum wage increases.
A new online tax and payroll compliance course for nannies from NannyTraining.com outlines what they need to know when it comes to being paid legally.