GTM Household Blog
The Social Security Administration recently released its 2020 Employment Coverage Threshold for household employees. Next year’s coverage threshold increases by $100 to $2,200.
Nannies, babysitters, and child care specialists all provide supervision for children but their roles, expectations, and responsibilities are different. Here’s what you need to know about these caregivers to help guide your hiring decisions.
As a household employer, you don’t have an HR department. Get household employee management tips from an expert to help make sure you’re compliant with labor laws and your employees are engaged and satisfied on the job.
Experiencing child care guilt because you’re leaving your child with a nanny? That’s perfectly normal and is experienced by many working parents. It can be a good thing that you’re working, and your child is with another loving caregiver. Here’s how to manage those feelings.
Starting October 1, all Massachusetts employers, including families that have hired an employee to work in their home, have new responsibilities under the state’s Paid Family and Medical Leave law. Here’s what you need to know.
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.