We’re answering some popular household employer questions to help provide insights and guidance on tax credits available to you, paid benefits for your nanny, and how to manage your employee during this time. We hope to bring some clarity around household employment, give you some confidence, and help you make smart decisions.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought us a new vocabulary with terms like quarantine, isolation, stay at home, and more now becoming part of our everyday language. Each of these terms has a specific – and often legal – meaning. However, they’re often interchanged, which can cause confusion. Here’s why it’s important to know the differences.
Employees who wish to take paid leave under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act must provide documentation. Download a request form to comply with this requirement.
To help cover costs of paid sick and family leave requirements due to the coronavirus pandemic, household employers can take advantage of tax credits offered through the Families First Coronavirus Response Act. Here’s how.
If you employ a nanny, you may be wondering what to do if a family member or caregiver develops coronavirus symptoms. Here are some steps, precautions, and actions to take to help protect you, your children and nanny.