The current Form I-9 will expire next January – the new Form I-9 for employers will be available in November. Here’s a look at the changes coming to the new form.
Yes, nannies are at-will employees. In every U.S. state except Montana, employment is presumed to be at-will, meaning either the employer or the employee can legally terminate the employment relationship at any time, with or without notice, and with or without cause. There are, however, exceptions and limitations to the at-will relationship.
Managing your nanny’s off duty behavior may be a concern. Can you tell your employee how to behave when they’re not on the clock? How much influence do you have?
This political season has been highly impassioned, with strong opinions being vented on both sides. While discussing politics with your nanny may seem natural, families must remember that their home is a workplace when the nanny is there, and political discussions at work are ill-advised.