Please take advantage of our free tools and resources. Our sample forms should give you a good footing in your search. There is an abundance of information here for you to use while you learn the ins and outs of the home-help industry. Our goal is to provide you with quality knowledge so that you can safely and effectively find and hire the perfect nanny, caregiver or home-helper.
It is important for the nanny to ask their own questions so that they know enough information about the job. They will need to know the answers in order to decide if the job is a good fit. Here are some general questions that should be asked by the nanny:
Nanny Care recommends that parents do the following to ensure the safety of their children. Verify a caregiver’s identity to ensure that the candidate is using real and accurate identification. This can be done by asking for a caregiver’s social security card, driver’s license and another form of photo ID.
NannyCare.com and the slogan "We put care in finding a nanny" are registered trademarks
NannyCare.com does not employ any caregiver ( nanny, babysitter, newborn specialist, elderly caregiver or housekeeper ) listed on our site and accepts no responsibility for provider's (client, family, user, parent) selection of a caregiver, or for any caregiver's conduct or performance. Provider is ultimately responsible for selecting a caregiver and for complying with all applicable laws that may apply when employing a household employee. Provider is fully responsible for their caregiver selection, checking references, interviewing and screening applicants and interpreting the background check results. NannyCare.com's screening services and background checks are not a substitution for a provider doing their own thorough screening. Caregivers should never be hired on the spot or without being interviewed in-person first. Our site provides an abundance of helpful tools, articles and resources to help families make smart, safe hiring decisions.