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How to Balance Working From Home with Caregiving

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For many across the country, working from home is their new reality for the foreseeable future as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread rapidly. For some, this arrangement is business as usual. But for others, including parents and caregivers, they now have to balance working from home with caregiving responsibilities, which may be difficult. If […]

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Talking to Your Kids About the Coronavirus

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With the coronavirus (COVID-19) on everyone’s minds, there is a lot of information out there, and it’s changing constantly. It’s hard enough for adults to understand everything that’s going on, so for children, it’s even more confusing. But we found some helpful resources to assist you in talking to your kids about the coronavirus pandemic. […]

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Should You Pay Your Nanny During the Coronavirus Crisis?

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As we continue to navigate this uncertain and constantly-changing health pandemic, we have been receiving many questions about whether you should pay your nanny during the coronavirus crisis. Once again our partners at GTM Payroll Services have very helpful guidance on this. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact more and more families, household employers […]

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Have You Checked Out Nanny Magazine?

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Did you know there is a professional publication specifically geared toward nannies? Nanny Magazine is under new ownership and is re-launching soon. Our payroll partner GTM Payroll Services has the scoop! Under new ownership, Nanny Magazine will re-launch as a digital publication in spring 2020. Nanny Magazine features industry news and insights, trusted tips, childcare […]

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Guidelines for Child Safety Seats and Boosters

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Whether you’re a parent or a nanny that drives the kids, the safety of the children in the car is paramount. These guidelines for child safety seats and boosters should be reviewed by parents and nannies alike. Parents worry about their child’s safety, especially when the child is riding in a car. With the myriad […]

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2020 interNational Nanny Training Day

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UPDATE: Due to the public health crisis, we are postponing this event until further notice. Presented by Nannypalooza, interNational Nanny Training Day is held to recognize the needs of young children and to raise awareness of the positive correlation between nanny training and quality care. This national initiative is part of Week of the Young […]

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Advice for Working Parents on Managing Stress

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Many parents also hold full- or part-time jobs. However, being a parent on its own is one of the hardest jobs anyone could take on. Couple that with the stress of a career and it can be too much for anyone. Luckily we have some advice for working parents on managing stress. It’s not uncommon […]

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What You Need to Know About Hiring a Live-In Nanny

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Many families have busy schedules and some parents work non-traditional hours, requiring child care often when daycares, schools, and other options are not available. For these reasons, and sometimes for the sake of convenience, some families opt to have their nanny live with them. While our agency can assist with the hiring process, our payroll […]

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