Monthly Archives: June 2016

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“New Hire” Reporting

An Important Tool to Help Needy Children The Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act (PRWORA) of 1996, commonly known as Welfare Reform, requires all employers to report certain information on their newly hired employees to a designated state agency. In Pennsylvania, for example, this law is administered by the Center for Workforce Information and Analysis, which is a division the PA Department of Labor. New Hire reporting is a process by which you, as a household employer, report information on newly hired employees to the designated state agency shortly after the date of hire. As an employer, you play [...]

By |June 30th, 2016|Hiring|0 Comments

Important Overtime Rules for Preschool Instructors

Childcare Workers Who Provide "Preschool" Instruction Are Not Exempt From Overtime Pay as "Teachers" The Federal Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) requires most workers, including nannies and other childcare providers, to be paid time and one-half for all hours over 40 they work in a week. Recently, a federal court ordered a childcare company to pay more than $92,000 in overtime pay and interest to its workers who worked more than 40 hours. In doing so, the court ruled that the FLSA exemption for teachers at elementary or secondary schools did not apply to daycare centers even if their employees [...]

By |June 14th, 2016|NannyPay, Tax Reminders, Tips|0 Comments

Tips for Working from Home with a Nanny

Working from home can be a challenge on it's own. Distractions and keeping a schedule are difficult enough without a child but a nanny can help. It is a great way to be able to spend more time with your child but a few clear boundaries and tips might help you stay focused, your nanny on track and your child happy! Keep good byes short and sweet and keep to a schedule. Your child will learn when it's time to spend time with mom or dad versus the nanny. As much as you may want to make a quick stop [...]

By |June 12th, 2016|Tips|0 Comments