Nanny Confessions: It Hurts Not to Get a Raise or Bonus

Parents Should Be Sensitive to Their Employees Financial Struggles and Nannies Shouldn’t Base Their Happiness on Their Income It is not a nanny’s business how much money their employers make or how they spend their money. But I confess, when parents buy their two-year-olds iPads, infant a $300 dress, and spend a fortune impulsively on […]

Before Asking for a Raise: Make Those You Depend on For a Paycheck Dependent on You

Your Attitude is Key in Keeping Your Job and Getting a Raise From The Money Class by Suze Orman Yesterday we shared Suze Orman’s advice for those who are working to hope for the best but prepare for the worst by saving and living below your means from her book The Money Class: Learn to […]

When Was the Last Time You Got a Raise or Paid Vacation Days?

CDWRB and Right to Wage Increases and Right to Paid Vacation Days Today, we continue examining rights guaranteed by the California Domestic Workers Bill of Rights (CDWBR). The bill gives the nanny the right to an annual minimum wage increase equal to the rate of the annual cost of living increase. The bill also gives […]

Negotiating Terms of Your Job or Raise

Negotiating Success Part V By Lora Brawley, http://www.allaboutnannycare.com/ There are two mains issues that generally bring nannies into negotiations with their current employers. The most common issue is negotiating an increase in your compensation package, a raise, or additional or expanded benefit. The second issue is negotiating an issue relating to the nuts and bolts […]