Parents are starting to return to their offices for work leaving questions about childcare during the pandemic. If you’re considering bringing back or employing a nanny for the first time, follow these four tips to help create a safe work environment for your caregiver.
With the proper planning and good communication, you can create a successful work-from-home situation that benefits you, your children, and your nanny. Here’s how.
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.
Household employers can take these steps to make their lives — and the lives of their workers — easier and improve their work relationship. If you employ a domestic worker like a nanny or senior caregiver, here are five New Year’s resolutions for you.