With the proper planning and good communication, you can create a successful work-from-home situation that benefits you, your children, and your nanny. Here’s how.
As parents return to work in their offices, they have decisions to make on childcare. Should they bring their children to daycare or look for other options like a nanny for private, in-home care?
How can you safely return your nanny to work or bring a new employee into your home? Screening an employee’s temperature is one step you can take. Here’s how to do it the right way.
As part of an executive order from Governor Charlie Baker, nannies and other household employees may return to work in Massachusetts provided families comply with state mandatory safety standards for their homes.
As communities across the U.S. take steps to slow the spread of COVID-19 by limiting close contact, we’re facing new challenges and questions about how to meet basic household needs, such as buying groceries and medicine, getting gas and banking. Here’s advice about how to meet these household needs in a safe and healthy manner.
We’re answering some popular household employer questions to help provide insights and guidance on tax credits available to you, paid benefits for your nanny, and how to manage your employee during this time. We hope to bring some clarity around household employment, give you some confidence, and help you make smart decisions.