GTM’s Household Employment Blog
If you have a great nanny, you’ll want to do everything in your power to keep them. From ending job creep to offering health benefits, here are seven easy ways to show appreciation for your nanny and boost their job satisfaction.
Don’t be fooled! You may need to pay nanny taxes when hiring a senior caregiver. If you’re considered their employer, you’ll need to comply with applicable tax, wage, and labor laws.
Here are some items for your to-do list and questions to answer to make sure your nanny’s first day goes as smoothly as possible and that they are set up for success in the future.
One of the hardest parts of hiring a nanny could be negotiating a pay rate. With the proper preparation and mindset, negotiating pay with your nanny will be just like a conversation. Here are some tips on how to negotiate your nanny’s pay.
Parenting is stressful. Not taking time for yourself to relax or decompress can have a negative effect on your health and keep your family on edge. But stress happens to everyone. So here are some relaxation tips to add calmness to your day and help your body and mind deal with stress.
Considering a nanny tax and payroll service provider? Here are the questions to ask that will help you remove the risks, hassles, and worries of paying a household worker the right way.
From helping with homework to driving your children to organizational skills, look for these 10 qualities in an after-school nanny.
The Domestic Workers Bill of Rights Act would ensure the rights and protections of millions of household employees throughout the country, address the exclusions of these workers from past labor laws, and establish innovative solutions to long-held problems within the domestic employment industry.