Hiring a nanny will be one of the most important decisions you’ll make as a parent. Even though you may not have a lot of time to put into the hiring process, don’t overlook these 7 tasks that could get skipped.
There is plenty of advice out there about how to hire a nanny. But what do you do after you actually hire one? Here are some important steps you need to take to ensure a successful and professional relationship with your caregiver.
Nanny taxes, domestic worker protections, minimum wage and overtime rules, tax savings, and more. We spell out everything you need to know about employing a nanny or other household workers in 2021.
COVID-19-related illnesses will be compensable, work-related conditions under California’s workers’ compensation law effective Sept 30, 2020. Families in the state are required to carry workers’ compensation when employing someone to work in their homes.
The COVID-19 pandemic is a challenging time for many families. If you employ a nanny, you may be wondering what to do with your caregiver. With new laws in effect that provide paid sick and family leave as well as expanded unemployment benefits to many employees, we’ll discuss what may apply to your nanny.