The Right Way to Hire A Full-Time Nanny If you are in need of full-time, long-term childcare help in the comfort of your own home, hiring a nanny is probably something you have considered. We define full-time as being 30 hours a week or more and most often, when families come to us wanting to
COVID is changing the way we live, the way we work and the way we raise children. The nanny industry has also seen a major shift in needs among parents including a drastic increase in demand for private educators, for example. Families who never previously considered a full-time nanny or private educator are opting to hire one
Ready to hire a nanny? Given the current parenting crisis, it might be the best decision you’ve ever made. But don’t make this one, major mistake. This month, a California judge ordered Uber to consider all drivers employees, further illuminating the employee vs. independent contractor debate that has also affected the nanny industry. One of our Core
National Parents Day has long been recognized as a day to appreciate all parents for their selfless commitment to children and their lifelong sacrifice towards nurturing this relationship. This year, more than any other, parents are juggling home and work life and being challenged in ways we never thought imaginable. We want to celebrate and
If you’ve started to consider the once crazy idea of hiring a teacher to educate your kids at home, you’re not alone. We are seeing a huge influx in calls and inquiries from parents wanting to know more about how to hire a Private Educator and how this option compares to those presented by their school.