GTM Household Blog
Employing or planning to hire a nanny? Make sure you and your caregiver have a similar COVID-19 risk tolerance to avoid any potential safety issues during their employment.
For parents of young children, the cost and availability of quality childcare are likely key considerations when deciding how to cast their votes in November. So where do the 2020 presidential candidates – Donald Trump and Joe Biden – stand on issues related to childcare? Here’s a look at their plans.
The law includes household employees like nannies, housekeepers, and senior caregivers. Here’s what it means for families with household help and how they can comply with the new legislation.
Halloween is the time for trick-or-treating in the neighborhood, visiting haunted houses, and going to costume parties. But how do you celebrate Halloween during the pandemic this year? Traditional activities may not be happening in your town and can increase the risk of getting or spreading COVID-19. Here are some steps to make Halloween safer and some alternative ideas for fun activities.
The Social Security Administration released its 2021 Employment Coverage Threshold for household employees. Next year’s coverage threshold increases by $100 to $2,300.
Under a new law, household employees in California can’t be laid off for refusing to perform work in violation of safety standards under certain provisions along with other protections. Employers can face a misdemeanor and civil liability for any violations.
The U.S. Department of Labor has amended some provisions of the Family and Medical Leave Act in response to a federal court decision that invalidated part of the law’s original regulations. Here is what has changed.
The amended NYC Paid Sick Leave Law provides nannies, housekeepers, and other domestic workers with 40 hours of paid safe and sick leave and creates other responsibilities for household employers.