Nanny Care has created multiple informative articles for nannies, caregivers and home-helpers. These informative articles will give you helpful tips and advice to help get through the entire employment process. Be sure to also check out our free forms that are also very helpful; such as our nanny application, sample interview questions (these will help you get prepared for your in-person interview) and nanny work contract.

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The INA (International Nanny Association provides information, education, and guidance to the public and to industry professionals. They have created some great material to help families who are considering hiring a nanny. Please take the time to read the following articles.   A Nanny for Your Family   Recommended Practices for Nannies

Most professional nannies know exactly what to bring with them to work. However, if this is your first real nanny job, you may want to take notes.

            Whether you’ve been a nanny before or you’re looking into being a nanny, there are certain things you should know before making any decisions. A question new workers have is what to expect in terms nanny salary and how to determine what the salary should be for the job.

            If you are a parent searching for a nanny, you’re probably wondering what makes a nanny eligible to be a nanny. Although there is a set of nanny requirements (besides legal work status and Trustline if the nanny is working in California), here is some advice to help you decide […]

There are different types of nannies. Some examples include college-aged nannies, grandmother nannies, retired teachers, baby nurses, night nannies, housekeeper nannies, and babysitters. It is important to decide prior to your search which type of nanny is the best fit for you and your family. Keep in mind that a college-aged nanny is probably not […]

If you’ve tried finding a nanny yourself and have decided that it’s just too much work, you may want to try hiring a nanny agency to do the job for you. Here are some questions to consider that will help you decide which nanny agency to use.

    Choosing the right nanny position is a huge decision since most families want or expect a year-long commitment from the nanny. If you make the wrong choice, you may end up being miserable. Take a look at the following tips while considering a nanny position.

            A nanny’s main responsibility is to care for the employer’s children, always providing a safe, healthy, learning and loving environment.

This really depends on the nanny. Some nannies are more than happy to help you out around the house, as long as it does not interfere with caring for the children. Other nannies are adamant about not doing any housework. You will need to ask the nanny during her interview how she feels about this […]

Before jumping into the world of being a nanny, it is wise to take a moment to determine if the nanny profession is right for you. Here are a few factors that nannies should consider: Nannies must love children and genuinely enjoy being around them. Nannies must be a calm, patient person who does not […]

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