Hiring a nanny to come into your home and care for your little ones is a great choice; the individual attention and care your kids will receive with a nanny really can’t be beat. But remember, hiring a nanny automatically makes you an employer, whether you’d like to assume that role or not. As such, you’ll find yourself suddenly thinking about things like payroll, taxes, and contracts. Yikes! Another thing you may not have considered yet? Benefits. Before you hire a nanny, it’s wise to sit down and outline what, if any, benefits you’re willing to offer her. Of course, you’re not obligated to offer a nanny any benefits at all, but doing so is a great way to maintain a positive working relationship that’s beneficial for both parties.
Moms make rockstar employees who go above and beyond the scope of most jobs. Why you ask? Being a mom comes with a laundry list of skills and talents that most employers only dream about finding in prospective employees.
If you’re raising a family in New York City, you already know that childcare can be a huge expense. But that’s just par for the course in one of the most expensive cities in the United States. And you really can’t put a price on the peace of mind you get from knowing your children […]
Going back to work after your children start school can be overwhelming. You have to deal with the typical “joys” of job hunting while figuring out how to balance work and raising your family.
Whether you’re a working momma looking to make a change, or you’re a SAHM thinking of returning to work, maneuvering the career boards can be daunting. Like close-the-job-boards-tab-and-do-some-Pinterest-instead, kind of daunting. It’s stressful enough trying to find the perfect career choice, but when you add a family to the mix, stress levels can grow monumentally. […]
We live in a time when being a working mother isn’t frowned down upon as it once was several decades ago. Economic demands call for a two-income household. And while some people might see that as a burden, it is in fact a relief and victory for most mothers.
If you’re looking to bridge the vast financial gap between working full time and being a stay-at-home mom, working from home can seem like the perfect solution.
Mommybites moms are incredibly smart, talented and hardworking women, so it is our pleasure to connect people looking to hire with moms looking for jobs.
Then one day we did. Some of us stayed put for awhile while others made the leap right away—some even before the kids came.
You’re right to get excited about finding The House. But there’s something that, believe it or not, might matter even more than finding the right house. That something? The Town.