Whether you’re a nanny leaving a position and handing over to a new nanny, or a parent hiring a nanny, there are plenty of things you can do to help the new nanny feel welcome and prepared.
There is a lack of understanding about what the big picture of a nanny rate actually means. What a nanny ends up with depends a lot on how they are paid.
Sure, you can pay a nanny in cash.. But should you? In most cases, no. Let’s go through the different options for paying a nanny and see what makes the most sense for each situation.
Announcing our first Payroll Partner – We Need A Nanny! At NannyPay, our goals are bigger than just providing a payroll service for families and nannies. It’s not hard to see why we chose to work with WNAN.
There are certain things that will be attractive to most professional nannies and encourage them to stay in a role long term. Number one is clear, open, and respectful communication.
Are you curious about the value of employing a nanny? Nannies can provide benefits for the whole family. When you decide to hire a nanny, make sure you are providing them with the security of employment. NannyPay believes in the value of professional nanny care, and make it easy for parents to pay them legally.