This year, rather than the INA running a Salary and Benefits Survey, Nanny Care Hub has taken it upon themselves to do so. If you are a nanny living or working in North Carolina, please contribute to the survey so that we can have accurate information.
The resources in this category defy categorization, but all are important to the Nannies of North Carolina.
Starting July 1, 2022, the IRS Mileage reimbursement rate has increased.
We here at the North Carolina Professional Association of Nannies have chosen to #SignalBoost this INA Sponsored Message by GTM because we are signatories to the Fair and Legal Pay Pledge and so feel it is our solemn duty to promulgate legal pay information. We hope this is of use to those paid through online […]
If you don’t have health insurance, now’s the time to have a conversation with your employers about them providing it to you as a fringe benefit. They get a reimbursement from the federal government for covering your health insurance premium. If they think that sounds like too much work, send them to this HomeWork Solutions […]
The highly recommended A to Z Nanny Contract goes on sale infrequently (roughly once every three years), and this year is the year. It is 50% off this year. [Editor’s Note: I bought last time it was on 50% sale and it has been a game changer for my career.] But you have to act […]
Another conversation coming to you from Nanny Care Hub is one that is an extension to this earlier Facebook Live recording we shared by HomeWork Solutions and Ask the Nanny. HomeWork Solutions has been absolutely hitting it out of the park lately, emerging as the people with all the answers. But of course, we already […]
This is with reference of the SARS-2/COVID-19/CORONA VIRUS. This is a clearance for the following employee who is employed as a nanny by our family. The personal details are as follows: Name of Employee Name of Employer(s)Address of Employer(s) This certificate is being issued as an Entry Pass to travel to and from our household. […]
Filing for Unemployment Benefits
While unfortunate, a lot of us are being let go or put on unpaid furlough due to SARS-2/COVID-19. The governmental powers that be have pulled out all the stops to process unemployment claims more quickly than ever before, and they’ve waived the requirement to submit proof of job searching while receiving unemployment benefits. (source) So […]
Every year, the International Nanny Association polls as many nannies as it can reach about their salary and benefits. This year’s results are out! Here are some highlights: Agencies are no longer the way to find families (down 12% in five years), but that isn’t sending people to Care or Craigslist. Word of mouth is […]