Before we move on to the new year, let’s take a look back. From using an accountant to do your nanny taxes to writing nanny share contracts to letting your nanny go the right way, here are our top 10 most popular household employment blog posts of 2019. Catch up on what you may have missed!
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.
In many ways, a nanny share contract is no different than a typical nanny contract. You’ll detail the basics like pay, hours, schedule, benefits, and paid time off. However, there are some nuances to a nanny share that need to be spelled out in the contract so there’s no confusion down the road.
If you find a great nanny, you’ll want to do everything in your power to keep them. Nannies who are overworked, not trusted, underpaid or treated unprofessionally won’t remain long in your job. Here are seven reasons why your nanny will quit and how you can prevent it from happening.
Your nanny quit and it’s bringing on some anxious moments. Rest easy. We’ll lay out the steps to help make your nanny’s resignation go as smoothly as possible.
Installing a nanny cam is common for families hiring an in-home caregiver. Is this legal? Should you tell your nanny? What can go wrong? Get the answers and understand the laws around surveillance cameras in a private home.