Nannies with Long Commutes

Nannies with Long Commutes

  “Oh, no! Google maps shows 56 minutes to get home!” If this sounds familiar to you, welcome to the club of nannies that need a long time to get to and from work. Whether you are starting a new job with a family that doesn’t live close to you, or you already...
Confidence During Nanny Interviews

Confidence During Nanny Interviews

  Even in the best of times, the interviewing process can be quite unnerving and with the pandemic, there are now added layers of interview complexities. The US Nanny Association is here to help you keep your confidence as you navigate through and land a great...
Starting a Nanny Job in a Pandemic

Starting a Nanny Job in a Pandemic

Starting with a new family is stressful. Even if every single detail is discussed during the hiring process, nannies do not know the parents’ and children’s personalities yet. Sometimes, nannies don’t even know where the extra diapers are stocked before the first day...
Navigating COVID-19

Navigating COVID-19

  School and office closures and other required social distancing measures to control the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) have resulted in some tough decisions for families with household employees. Each family’s household employment situation is unique, so...
Respectfully Reject a Nanny Applicant

Respectfully Reject a Nanny Applicant

  There are many times that nannies apply to my agency without having the proper qualifications required, and unfortunately due to that I have no choice but to reject that nanny applicant. Having to turn a nanny away is never an easy task, but unfortunately, it’s...
Importance of Nanny Contracts

Importance of Nanny Contracts

  Manon Doll-McGhee is not an attorney and the information contained herein is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice about contract drafting or enforceability. The article is intended to convey personal experiences and anecdotes about Ms. Doll-McGhee’s...
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