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.
New York’s HERO Act Imposes New Employer Requirements to Help Prevent Spread of Airborne Infectious Diseases
The HERO Act requires employers in New York State, including families with household help, to develop safety plans that help prevent the spread of airborne infectious diseases in the workplace.
When paying your nanny, you can pay them in arrears or current. Here are the differences between the two methods and why paying in arrears may work best for your family.
The simple answer is yes. You can make a COVID-19 vaccination a condition of employment for your nanny. But should you? Is this a good employment practice? There are some other considerations to make as you determine a course of action. We will answer three questions that may be on your mind to help guide your choices.
‘Tis the season of giving. Time to consider a holiday bonus for your nanny. How much should you give? Do you even have to give one? What about other types of gifts? You may have questions about your nanny’s holiday bonus. Here are some answers.
While many nannies may seem superhuman, they are in fact mere mortals and will get sick from time to time and miss work like the rest of us. So it is best to be prepared for that day (or days) when you may be without your regular caregiver.