You’ve found the perfect nanny for your family. Now you want to do all that you can to retain your nanny. Families put a lot of time and effort into finding the right match that it’s much preferable to keep a good employee for as long as possible. Turnover is costly, time-consuming and disruptive to your family, especially your children.

This infographic – based on recent surveys of household employers and nannies conducted by GTM Payroll Services – lays out the best practices for retaining your nanny. It includes the traits a nanny wants to see in a family, how to recognize your nanny with bonuses and benefits, and why nannies want to be paid legally.

This is how you can establish your family as an employer nannies want to work for and improve their job satisfaction. A happier nanny leads to a more productive workplace not to mention happier children! Click the image below for a larger version of the “Retaining Your Nanny” infographic.

Retaining your nanny

Take these steps to retain your nanny, limit your turnover, and create a happier work environment.

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