How to Tell Your Employers About National Nanny Recognition Week Without Sounding Self-Serving

Practically Perfect Podcast by Lora Brawley and Sue Downey It is National Nanny Recogntion Week (NNRW). NNRW is September 22 to 29, 2012. and is a great time for parents to appreciate the important work their nannies do. But, a lot of employers don’t know about it. This podcast by Lora Brawley of nannybizreviews.com and Sue Downey […]

Free Nanny Webinar – Nanny Taxes: Facts, Fiction and Conversation How-Tos

Thursday, February 17th7:30 PM EST / 4:30 PM PST Presenters: Tom Breedlove and Lora Brawley In the first part of this webinar Tom Breedlove, a top nanny tax expert, will provide a comprehensive look at the what, when and why of nanny taxes. He’ll answer attendees’ questions in user-friendly language and provide helpful resources to […]

Sum Up How Nannies and Au Pairs Negotiate

Conclusion of Negotiating SuccessBy Lora Brawley, http://www.allaboutnannycare.com/ Not all negotiations end with a favorable outcome. Sometimes there is not a workable solution to a problem. I often see this when a child begins school full-time. The nanny feels she has put in her time, often caring for the child since infancy, and is a valuable […]

Negotiating a New Job

Negotiating Success Part IV By Lora Brawley, http://www.allaboutnannycare.com/ Negotiating a New Job Don’t wait to negotiate your salary and benefit package until you are offered a job. The most common mistake nannies make is waiting to negotiate until after they have been offered the job. From the very first contact, you’re planting the seeds that […]

Negotiating Success Part II

Know What You OfferBy Lora Brawley, http://www.allaboutnannycare.com/ Yesterday we discussed that it is important to know what you want when negotiating. It’s equally important to know what you are offering before you enter into a negotiation. This is often a very difficult task for nannies. Even when a nanny knows she’s a great caregiver and […]

Negotiating Success

How Nannies Can Get What They WantBy Lora Brawley, http://www.allaboutnannycare.com/ne·go·ti·ate1. to deal or bargain with another or others, as in the preparation of a treaty or contract or in preliminaries to a business deal.2. to arrange for or bring about by discussion and settlement of terms: to negotiate a loan. Photo above of mother and […]