Are Nannies Childcare Providers or Early Childhood Educators?
As the childcare industry evolves, there is a debate amongst parents and nannies about the different roles in childcare. Some families seek childcare to keep the children safe, allowing the…
Nannies and the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA)
The information contained herein is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice about nanny employment law or enforceability. This article is intended to educate the childcare community about…
Nanny Advice on Social Media 2
Social media is a great place for conversations and a good resource for information about being a Nanny or Sitter. But be careful, social media isn’t private and can impact…
What is a Nanny Share?
“Have you ever considered doing a nanny share?” I was interviewing for a traditional nanny position when the mother brought up the question. She went on to explain: “We have…
Working Through Nanny Burnout
Being a nanny can be a dream job, but unexpected stress may lead to nanny burnout. How do you know if you have nanny burnout? Nanny burnout occurs when childcare…
Is Working as a Nanny Skilled or Unskilled Labor?
Being a nanny is a huge responsibility. Families trust you with the care and well-being of their most precious family members – their children. Some families seem to think caring…
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