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Household Employer’s Checklist Video

Looking for a reason to join us in using NannyPay? Check out our latest video and Household Employer Checklist to see how simple the steps are to use NannyPay.

By |June 30th, 2015|NannyPay, Video|0 Comments

Picky, Picky Eaters with No Options

After school can be a drag for kids especially elementary school age. They get off the bus or get picked up and the first thing they want to do is grab a snack if they are not already playing.  Of course they are hungry they just had a full afternoon of learning and it’s time to eat. For many parents and nannies the goal is to get the kids to eat healthy, not just chips and soda. The challenge is convincing them to eat healthy especially when the individual bag of chips is sitting right in the pantry. A fun [...]

By |May 24th, 2015|Cooking, Tips|0 Comments

A Time Warp or A Time Suck?

Keeping it all straight is never easy in life or paying your employees. Especially when you have to log and track the daily and weekly hours your nanny or household employees. When it comes time to cut a check you have to turn to the ‘timecard:’ what days did the work? and how long? Even if you pay your household employees every week or other week - keeping track of the hours put in can be a hassle. If your household employee is on salary there is no math needed, but sometimes it is nice to know when they are [...]

By |May 18th, 2015|Apps, Guest Post, Tips|0 Comments

Legal Rights as a Nanny & Home Employer

As a nanny or other type of in home caregiver, why should you insist on being paid legally rather than “under the table”? At first glance, the benefits of tax-free income may seem enticing but take a closer look at what you are losing and you will see that the trade off is far costlier. When you are paid “under the table” you are not officially an employee and hence, are automatically waiving all of the rights and protections the law affords to you as such. From a practical perspective, being an in home caregiver is very physical work. By [...]

By |April 16th, 2015|Guest Post, Hiring|0 Comments

Keeping in Touch with your Nanny

Days are busy. Time is short. The hand-off from nanny to parents is often quick and distracting with all the hellos, hugs and kisses. So what is the best way to stay in touch with your Nanny and the happenings of the day without seeming like a nag? Why not turn to technology? That’s right - there is an APP for that! BABYCONNECT www.baby-connect.com Is a paid app that will allow the parents and nannies to stay connected with the latest and greatest happenings with the kids. During the day the nanny can snap photos and record notes and logs [...]

By |April 5th, 2015|Apps, Communication, Tips|0 Comments

A Nanny Job Description

Are you looking to hire a full time or part time nanny? When you are looking to hire in any industry the first thing to do is put together a job description. What will you be asking this person to do on a regular basis - the primary and secondary tasks? For most part the care and well-being of your children is first and foremost. Secondary tasks include the day to day management of the home. Some families look for an all in one full time nanny to care for all things at the home from laundry to errands to [...]

By |March 15th, 2015|Hiring|0 Comments

Winner Winner, Chicken Dinner or Take Out

What do you do when you and/or your spouse get home from work right as you should be sitting down to eat dinner? Does the nanny prep the dinner, eat later and you quickly put something together or do you order take out? Over a decade ago I was the nanny that had to do the cooking - I did it and had a blast but I had no experience and I am not even sure it was even good. The Mom was great at being prepared during the week in making sure she had the necessary food for dinner [...]

By |February 15th, 2015|Cooking|0 Comments

Why You Should Want Your Employer to Pay You “Over the Table”…

Injured on the Job as a Nanny - Workers' Compensation Benefits Imagine the scenario, as the nanny you are playing with the child and trip over something falling and injure yourself leaving you unable to care for the child for a few weeks. Who pays for treatment and pays while you are not working? As a Workers’ Compensation Attorney, my number one reason for helping the injured worker is to get them workers’ compensation benefits that they may be entitled to. Let’s say that you are interviewed for a job in Pennsylvania, and are considering taking the position, but the [...]

By |January 15th, 2015|Guest Post|0 Comments

NannyPay, Not Just for Nannies

Our name may say nanny but our software is more just that. Did you know you can use NannyPay for any household employee such as housekeeper, maid, lawn care or babysitter? Learn more about our NannyPay2 Staff Edition on our Product page.

By |November 24th, 2014|NannyPay, Tips|0 Comments

Bloggy Boot Camp Philadelphia

What an amazing conference and group of women and a few brave men!  September is always a great kickoff to Fall and the end of the year push for a strong close. This event was unique for us at NannyPay as we not only were able to learn from the great panel of speakers but were also able to meet so many bloggers and Mom's who love DIY. We had a social media consultant, Kristin, mixing and mingling with bloggers during the 2 day conference. "It was so great to see so many determined, successful and motivate women in a [...]

By |October 22nd, 2014|Events|0 Comments