This week, we held an important and informative teleclass, generously sponsored by Care.com, on how to find, interview and hire a Nanny. Our presenter, Tammy Gold from Gold Parent Coaching, explored strategies in sourcing and maintaining the best nanny for your family.
Tammy went over such points as what a nanny does, how much a nanny gets paid, where to source a nanny, fail safe interview techniques, how to check references, and what makes for a happy nanny.
In case you missed it, you will find a link to the recorded teleclass HERE.
Finding and hiring a nanny is such an overwhelming process. To help you in your search, we’ve gathered some of the best articles and advice written for and provided to the Mommybites community – from various experts over the years – and bundled them all right here! Here are our top 5:
- How to Create a Nanny Contract
- How to Tell If Your Child and Nanny Have a Good Relationship
- Creating a Nanny Relationship That Lasts
- Bridging the Divide Between Mom and Nanny
And lastly, our partner and friend, Lindsay Pinchick, founder of The Bump Club and Beyond, wrote this article on Nanny Shares.
Tammy discussed background checks during the class. Here is the contact information for a person who can help: [email protected]. She also suggested utilizing Care.com‘s background check services and ability to connect with references
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