Many Americans will receive direct payments as a result of the recently enacted $2 trillion stimulus package. Here are some frequently asked questions to help keep you and your household employees informed on what happens next.
Ideal for families that employ nannies to work in their homes, GTM Payroll Services will answer pressing questions and clear up any confusion about what to do with your employee during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Families First Coronavirus Response Act has implications for families and the employees who work in their homes. Here’s what household employers and their workers need to know.
If your nanny is working for you during the COVID-19 and is not sick, should you terminate them and have them collect unemployment? Here’s everything you need to consider.
A new version of Form I-9 is available and should be used by household employers when verifying the identity and employment authorization of their employees.
A recent court ruling means au pairs in Massachusetts must be paid at least the state’s minimum wage rate and time-and-a-half for overtime among other domestic worker protections. Here’s what host families in the state should do now considering the court’s decision.