National Nanny Recognition Week is a great time to recognize your in-home childcare provider for their hard work, patience, and dedication. Here are some ideas to make this week special or any time you want your nanny to know that they are treasured by your family.
On our annual household employment survey, we asked families about their experiences hiring and retaining their nannies. The results reveal trends in household employment and offer insights for families to make smarter hiring decisions and develop strong relationships with their nannies. Here are 5 key takeaways including pay rates, vaccinations, health benefits, and the best ways to find a nanny.
Getting a puppy can be a wonderful addition to your family. Your children can see many benefits when having a dog in the home like higher self-esteem and more compassion. Before you head down to the local animal shelter and adopt a pup, there are some considerations if you also employ a nanny to work in your home and care for your children.
National Nanny Recognition Week starts September 19. This is a time to show appreciation for the hard work, patience, and dedication of our in-home caregivers. Thoughtful gestures can go a long way to making your nanny feel valued for the job that they do. Here are some ideas to make this week special or any time, for that matter, you want your nanny to know that they are treasured by your family.
The nanny-parent relationship is one built on trust. A trusting relationship benefits you, your nanny, and your children. But establishing this kind of trusting relationship is not easy. Here are some tips for you to build trust with your nanny.
The IRS has released its cost-of-living adjustments, which impact several contribution limits for the 2021 tax year. Here are some of the key contribution limits relevant to household employers.