In California there’s been quite a bit of talk and some hysteria over a proposed bill, The Domestic Workers Bill of Rights or California 889. The bill essentially requires domestic workers to be paid minimum wage and time and one-half … Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny, Nanny Taxes | Tagged nannies, Nanny Salary, nanny tax, nanny taxes, Nanny work | 6 Comments June 2, 2011
eNannySource recently ran a contest to find the best story of hiring a nanny from us and another contest to find the best story from a nanny about her job search. The nanny and family each won a Flip Video camera. Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny | Tagged hire a nanny, nannies, nanny services, Nanny work | 4 Comments February 16, 2011
Every parent has great concern and anxiety over screening nannies for their newborn or infant. Having owned a brick and mortar nanny agency for many years I was able to see the qualities that help parents feel comfortable making this big decision. Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny, Nanny Safety, Newborn Nanny Care | Tagged hire a nanny, nannies, nanny interview, nanny services, Nanny work | 7 Comments September 30, 2010
Adding a new child to your family may not be as big a change as that first child, however it is still a transition that a family needs to adapt to, and that includes the nanny! As soon as you feel comfortable sharing your big news of the new baby with family and friends, make sure you sit down and discuss it with your nanny. Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny | Tagged hire a nanny, nannies, nanny, Nanny Salary, Nanny work | 6 Comments September 27, 2010
This question is a very common question that I get from new moms. There are many layers to the nanny interview process and many layers of screening candidates that needs to take place. Your children really don’t need to be present until the very end of the process. Exposing your children needlessly to nannies who may or may not be their next nanny can leave them feeling anxious and uneasy. Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny | Tagged hire a nanny, nannies, nanny, nanny interview, nanny services, Nanny work | 5 Comments August 24, 2010
The National Association for Nanny Care is putting on NannyPalooza events in 18 cities across the U.S. on September 18 and 19. NannyPalooza is to further the education of professional nannies. Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny | Tagged nannies, nanny, Nanny work | 7 Comments August 12, 2010
By now you may be well into your search for the perfect nanny. You have made a list of your needs and perhaps you have even consulted with other families with live-in or live-out nannies.
Many families enter their nanny search knowing already what type of nanny they need. However, with so many great child care options available to families these days, it’s harder to make a choice. A quick survey of families in your area may reveal that live-out nannies are more common than live-in nannies. However, if your family needs a live-in nanny, then there are a few important things you need to consider.hiring a nanny, Newborn Nanny Care | Tagged hire a nanny, nannies, Nanny work | 5 Comments August 3, 2010
Nanny agencies are professionals in their field. They have years of experience in seeking out nanny candidates. Many families benefit from the help of nanny agencies. Their wealth of wisdom and experience can save you a lot of time. Here are some things you should know about nanny agencies. Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny, Nanny Background Check | Tagged hire a nanny, Nanny Background check, Nanny Salary, Nanny work | 5 Comments
Your nanny cares for your child with love and sensitivity on a daily basis. Her birthday is the perfect opportunity to show her how much you care about her and appreciate how much nanny work she does for your family. Unfortunately, so many families don’t take notice of this special day in the life of their nanny and miss out on an opportunity to let her know she is important.
As a professional nanny consultant, I hear from nannies and families all over the world about their struggles and daily challenges. The topic of a nanny not being a “self-starter” tends to be quite a common issue, however this topic is a bit more complex than it may seem on the surface. As with all nanny-family relationship issues, we need to look at both parties’ potential part in the problem. Take a look at this article on evaluating nanny success. Continue readingPosted in hiring a nanny | Tagged hire a nanny, nannies, nanny services, Nanny work | 7 Comments ← Older posts