The Chicago Paid Leave and Paid Sick and Safe Leave Ordinance will expand paid time off for workers in the city, including household employees, to 10 days of paid leave. It’s considered one of the most generous policies in the country. Here’s how household employers will need to comply.
What can household employers expect in 2023? From rising minimum wage rates to increasing domestic worker protections, here are eight household employment trends to watch if you employ someone to work in your home.
The awesome nanny you plan to hire wants to be paid off the books. You know the risks but do you take a chance and go along with your nanny? Nannies, however, often don’t see the bigger picture when it comes to being paid legally and what benefits (both immediate and long-term) they may be missing. Here’s what to say to get them on board with legal pay.
What can household employers expect in 2022? From a tight nanny job market to more paid sick and family leave laws, here are seven household employment trends to watch if you employ someone to work in your home.
From vaccines to federal and state laws to paying household employees the right way, here are our most popular blog posts of 2021.