What are the differences between a nanny and a babysitter? While both a nanny and babysitter provide childcare in the family’s home, their roles are quite different. Here is a breakdown of the differences between them so you can make the right hiring decision for your family.
Hiring a nanny will be one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a parent. Even though you may not have a lot of time to put into the hiring process, don’t overlook these 7 tasks that could get skipped.
Returning to in-person work, school, and other activities is being discussed constantly, comes with some uncertainties, and may lead to feelings of re-entry anxiety for you, your children, and/or your household employee.
If your nanny drives their car while on the job, it’s a best practice to reimburse them for gas and mileage. Here’s how to do it the right way and avoid any additional taxes for extra compensation.
It may seem easy to pay a flat fee for overnight shifts but that could violate wage laws if it does not cover all hours worked at a legal pay rate. Here’s what you need to know to pay your nanny the right way for an overnight shift or other extra hours.
There is plenty of advice out there about how to hire a nanny. But what do you do after you actually hire one? Here are some important steps you need to take to ensure a successful and professional relationship with your caregiver.