After spending days, weeks, or even months searching for the perfect candidate, you might want to sit back, relax, and let your new nanny jump straight into work. However, setting yourself up for long-term success and peace of mind means taking a little time to get your household employee up to speed. Even the best nannies can benefit from a little direction.
Every family is unique, which means that orienting your new nanny is likely to be a personalized process. You’ll need to make sure that you have guidelines in place to keep your nanny informed about issues that are important to you, while also thinking about federal legislation and tax requirements.
This infographic contains everything you need to know about setting your new nanny up for success. From ensuring that you have all the paperwork you need for peace of mind, to making sure that your nanny is familiar with the quirks of your family and home, a well-thought orientation process will give your work relationship that crucial positive start.
Read through the full infographic from Homework Solutions for a comprehensive guide to everything you’ll need for starting your new nanny off on the right track!