Firing your nanny isn’t easy. But with the proper preparation, a professional attitude, and understanding of the law, you can handle even the most difficult terminations.
With a snow day policy as part of your work agreement, clear communications with your nanny, and proper planning when bad weather is forecast, you can reduce the frustrations and possible resentment over snow days that can harm your employee relationship.
Here are some tips for household employers to help improve your employee relationship and stay compliant with tax, wage, and labor laws.
While communicating with your nanny borrows some of the same ideas as interacting with co-workers, there are some nuances. Here are seven tips for communicating with your nanny that keeps everyone on the same page and five harmful actions to avoid.
Even for parents who aren’t ultra-rich or famous, a non-disclosure agreement provides protection and privacy for your family and should be part of a nanny contract.
If your nanny will be driving your children, here are some steps to take to make sure everyone stays safe.