Be sure to do a thorough job checking the nanny’s background and references. Make sure you and the nanny are clear regarding expectations of discipline, childcare style, pay, and benefits. If your children are old enough to have a say, be sure to get their opinion on the candidate.
You’ll need to draft a work agreement. The agreement should be specific and include the following:
Compensation When performance reviews will be held When raises or cost of living increases will be administered How taxes will be handled Holidays, vacation, and sick . . . → Continue Reading This Day Care Article: Deciding on a Nanny