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Whether your nanny is new or has been with your family for a while, it's easy to fall into certain routines and habits in order to keep your home running smoothly. Although there is nothing wrong with maintaining consistency in your nanny's schedule and duties,...read more
How do I find the right nanny? Where do I start? These are questions we get all the time! So let’s get them answered! Answering the logistical “nanny search” questions is Westside Nannies Placement Counselor, Elyse Parzyck. I am looking for a nanny for the first time...read more
Ask The Nanny Doctor Q: We just found out our nanny is pregnant. What should we do? A: Wow! So many mixed feelings! On one hand you are so happy for her and on the other you are thinking "What is going to happen to with our childcare situation?" There are certainly a...read more
Q: My nanny has not called or shown up to work for the past three days. I cannot allow this to go on and need to find someone new. Legally speaking, will I be firing her or did she quit? A: Generally, if you instruct an employee to stop working for you for any reason,...read more
Q: My nanny got hurt in a car accident while picking up my kids from school. She can't work for 2 weeks and her medical bills were about $2,000. What should we do? A: Because she was driving as part of her job duties, this falls under your workers' compensation...read more
Q: My nanny did not use all of her vacation time in 2017. Does she lose it and start fresh in 2018 or does any of it carry over into the New Year? A: In California, vacation time, once earned, is considered wages and cannot be forfeited. As a result, it is not...read more