<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=1903855569843826&amp;ev=PageView&amp;noscript=1">

3 Most Common Nanny and Family Communication Issues

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on 8/12/14 6:04 PM

By Dr. Lindsay Heller, Psy. D. 

Read More

Topics: nanny communication, senior caregiver work agreement, nanny work agreement

Annual Performance Review - Tips & Tools from HomeWork Solutions

Posted by Vanessa Vidal, FPC on 11/14/13 4:20 PM

Every Human Resources Department knows the importance of having an Annual Performance Review  for all employees.  A performance review can be done at any time of the year, and preferably is completed at least once every year.

Read More

Topics: nanny employment practices, nanny work agreement, nanny job description

Household Worker and Nanny Payroll – What Paid Holidays do I get?

Posted by Vanessa Vidal, FPC on 6/11/13 5:45 PM

Did you know that household employers are not legally obligated to pay for ANY holidays or time off to their employees*?  It is entirely up to the employer to decide if such a benefit will be offered or not.  Clearly this is something that should be discussed when interviewing, and memorialized in a written work agreement. We know from experience this is a big concern for household employees. In some situations, applicants will even choose one job over another based on the holiday and paid time off in the job offer.

Read More

Topics: housekeeper, maid, nanny paid time off, nanny benefits, nanny work agreement

5 Reasons a Nanny Contract Is a Best Practice

Posted by Kathy Webb on 4/15/13 4:31 PM

Experts agree, writing a nanny contract or nanny work agreement is a best practice in nanny employment. Why?

Read More

Topics: nanny work agreement, nanny contract

Spring Break - Let's Put the Nanny Taxes Aside.

Posted by Vanessa Vidal, FPC on 3/29/13 12:30 PM

Celebrate Spring - Nanny Style! 

Read More

Topics: nanny work agreement, nanny contract

New York Household Employer: Pay Rate Notice Required January 2013

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on 12/18/12 5:00 PM

New York State Law requires all private employers to provide written notice to employees of their rate(s) of pay and designated pay day on an annual basis. Notice must be provided between January 1 and February 2 2013. NYS' FAQ on the Wage Theft Prevention Act specifically states that an employer may not choose another time of the year to provide the notice!

Read More

Topics: nanny payroll, domestic workers bill of rights, calculate nanny payroll tax, nanny employee, household payroll tax, new york household employment, nanny work agreement

Confidentiality Agreement and Household Employment

Posted by HomeWork Solutions on 11/6/12 6:16 PM

Many people hear the words "nanny confidentiality agreement" and think this is something Brad and Angelina need - not their family!

Read More

Topics: nanny employment practices, nanny work agreement, nanny contract

Nanny job - Pros and cons to bring her own child to work!

Posted by Vanessa Vidal on 8/28/12 5:05 PM

Would you be comfortable hiring a nanny who brings her own child to work?

Read More

Topics: nanny work agreement, nanny job interview

Nanny Cam: Bring it up during the nanny job interview!

Posted by Vanessa Vidal, FPC on 7/17/12 6:06 PM

Author: Vanessa Vidal

Read More

Topics: Nanny Cam, nanny work agreement, nanny job interview

My Nanny Candidate Wants to Average $15 an Hour?

Posted by Kathleen Webb on 5/29/12 4:22 PM

The beautiful baby has arrived and mom is preparing to return to work. The new parents begin interviewing nannies, a stressful endeavor for all concerned! Will she keep my baby safe? Will she love my child? Can I depend on her to be on time and not call out at the last minute? Does she have the experience I am looking for? Can I afford her? The absolutely last thing on the new parent's mind in these interviews is tax and labor law, and this is where nanny and family can find themselves out of sync.

Read More

Topics: nanny hourly wage, nanny work agreement, nanny wage

Real Human Beings Are Standing By

Complete the form below and one of our payroll experts will reach out to you ASAP. You may also call 1-877-899-3004 to speak with our team immediately.

Subscribe to Email Updates

Recent Posts

Posts by Topic

see all