Here are several important paid family and medical leave updates that impact household employers for 2023.
As Election Day approaches, families may be curious if they are required to provide their nannies and other household employees with time off to vote. The answer is … it depends. Here’s what household employers need to know as well as other considerations when it comes to voting.
Household employers should continue using the current version of Form I-9 even after its expiration date of Oct. 31, 2022. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security said the current Form I-9 should be used until further notice.
Pay transparency laws are popping up across the country. Household employers should be attentive to this trend as pay transparency may affect how they post their job openings and how they talk about pay and pay history during the hiring process. Here’s what families with household help need to know.
Obtaining worker’s compensation insurance may not be as obvious a “to do” for a family hiring a nanny or other household employee. But a lack of coverage is a critical and costly mistake. Here’s why having a workers’ compensation policy is important for household employers.
As a family that has hired someone to work in their home – like a nanny, senior caregiver, or housekeeper – you are now considered a household employer and should understand and follow applicable labor laws just like any other business. Here are seven steps to take to help ensure you are protecting yourself from allegations of wrongful employment practices.