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.
Across the country, states and cities enacted a number of laws – from minimum wage increases to paid family and medical leave to domestic worker protections – that had significant impacts on the household employment industry. Here are 11 of the biggest household employment compliance highlights from 2019.
Our state-by-state guide to 2020 minimum wage rates will help ensure you’re following the law when paying your household employee.
Employed a household employee like a nanny, housekeeper or in-home senior caregiver this year? Put off your nanny tax obligations? With tax time fast approaching, tax forms and filings will be due soon. Here’s how to get caught up when you’re behind on your nanny taxes.
From protecting employee medical privacy to domestic violence victim leave, several new employment laws will go into effect in New York at various points in the new year. Household employers will need to comply with these seven new laws.