As 2020 winds down, let’s look ahead to the new year. With ever-changing tax, wage, and labor laws and a new administration, here are 6 things to pay attention to for household employment in 2021.
The COVID-19 pandemic changed our way of life in 2020. How we worked. How our kids learned. How we went to the grocery store. It also had a major impact on household employment as families managed their nannies and other workers. There were also a number of other domestic worker protections added in 2020. Here’s a look back at 18 stories that made headlines.
Minimum wage rates in several states and cities are increasing on July 1, 2020. To be compliant with wage laws, household employees must be paid at least the highest of the applicable federal, state, or local rate. Here is your guide to July 1 minimum wage increases.
If you’re seeking in-home child care, a live-in nanny may be a good option. Here’s what to consider when hiring and employing a live-in nanny.
From rising minimum wage rates to expanding domestic worker protections to new health benefits, here are 9 developments in household employment for 2020 that families with domestic help should know.