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10 Top Resource Books for Nannies

September 25, 2012

For nannies looking for books for nannies written by nannies and industry experts, look no further. From career guides to parenting books penned by real-life super nannies themselves, any of these 10 books would be a great addition to a … Continue reading

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Expert Insight: Guy Maddalone of GTM

September 24, 2012

by Michelle LaRowe Editor in Chief Recently I had the chance to catch up with Guy Maddalone of GTM Payroll Services about his updated book, tax stats, labor and tax compliance and nanny retirement options. From common myths about household employment … Continue reading

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The Rise of the Male Nanny

September 23, 2012

by Michelle LaRowe Editor in Chief While the United States media has been following mannies Scott Cartmill and Shaun Sturz on ABC Family’s reality docu-series Beverly Hills Nannies, in Bath, England, the media is following the story of manny Michael Kenny, … Continue reading

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Expert Insights: Donna Shannon of The Personal Touch Career Service

September 22, 2012

by Michelle LaRowe Editor in Chief Recently I had a chance to catch up with Donna Shannon of The Personal Touch Career Service. I’ve called on Donna to present at several nanny conferences I’ve helped organize over the years and when … Continue reading

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eNannySource Most Frequently Asked Questions

September 21, 2012

In addition to website usage questions, like “How do I reset my password?” or “How do I reactivate my account?” eNannySource regularly receives queries from both parents and nannies about the services we provide and the nanny industry in general. … Continue reading

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Why You Should Pay Your Nanny an Hourly Rate

September 18, 2012

Many families hiring a nanny to care for their children are stretching their childcare budgets to provide the best, in-home childcare environment for their children. As parents prepare for the financial commitment of hiring a nanny, they often calculate the … Continue reading

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Expert Insights: Kathy Webb of HomeWork Solutions

September 17, 2012

by Michelle LaRowe Editor in Chief Recently I had a chance to talk nanny taxes with Kathy Webb of HomeWork Solutions. Since 1993, HomeWork Solutions has been helping parents navigate the nanny taxes and be legal household employers. In addition to … Continue reading

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Letter to Our Editor About Nanny Cams

September 16, 2012

by Michelle LaRowe Editor in Chief For parents who employ a nanny, the decision of whether or not to have and/or to disclose the use of a nanny cam is an extremely personal one. It’s a question that involves both legal … Continue reading

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5 Signs a Nanny Job is a Scam

September 14, 2012

At eNannySource we caution all of the nannies who use our service to be cautious of nanny employment scams. While we have internal controls in place to weed out illegitimate jobs and immediately investigate any job postings reported to us … Continue reading

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How to Amend Your Nanny Contract in Writing

September 12, 2012

The written agreement between a nanny and her employers is one of the most important documents in the employee-employer relationship. The responsibilities, rights, and reasonable expectations of both parties are detailed in a nanny contract, protecting everyone involved from any … Continue reading

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