The Nanny Contract – All Good Things Must End

By Guest Blogger Nathan Hammons, Esq. Today, in our fifth and final post, we address ‘termination’ or ending a nanny contract. It’s not an enjoyable topic to think about. But you need to, as all parent/nanny work relationships end at some point. Advanced planning can ensure that everyone is treated fairly. It can also help […]

Nanny Contracts 202 – Advanced Topics

By Guest Blogger Nathan Hammons, Esq. Previously, we covered the key ingredients to a good nanny contract and mistakes that are commonly made. Today, we delve into a few things that can turn your good nanny contract into a great one. # 1: Trial Period of Employment It’s stressful when a nanny begins a new job. […]

4 Common Mistakes With Nanny Contracts

By Guest Blogger Nathan Hammons, Esq. Nanny contracts don’t need to be intimidating or hard to understand, as we discussed yesterday. Mistakes are nevertheless made, and the consequences can be severe – back taxes, fines, audits, and more. Today we address four common mistakes with nanny contracts that can land you in hot water: # […]

Nanny Contracts 101 – Key Ingredients

By Guest Blogger Nathan Hammons, Esq. Yesterday, we looked at why you should have a nanny contract. Today we explore the key ingredients to a good one. # 1: Easy to Understand Do you shiver at the thought of reading a legal contract? You’re not the only one. Sadly, too many legal contracts continue to […]