Nurturing the Nanny-Parent Relationship By Drew Isserlis Kramer The connection between parents and nannies is intimate. Unlike any other professional relationship, when parents hire a nanny, they invite an unknown person into their private lives to collaborate on the care of their most precious possessions–their children. Whether the children in question require swaddling or a […]
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Writing a termination letter for your nanny is an important part of the termination process; let’s learn how to write one.