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Category Archives: Advice for Nannies

When You Don’t Get the Gift You Hoped For

In a world where we often view our worth to our employers in terms of our paycheck, our raises and our bonuses, it should be no surprise that for some nannies, this holiday season could make them feel really valued … Continue reading

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Why Nannies Should Use Morningside Nannies

Nannies have many options when it comes to finding their next nanny job. From word of mouth referrals to online recruiting platforms to social media shares, the options seem endless for connecting with the right nanny. However, all options aren’t … Continue reading

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4 Ways to Lose Your Nanny Job

Love your job? Don’t fall victim to these 4 things that could result in you losing it, quicker than you thought. 1. Show up consistently late Working parents schedule their nanny’s hours around their work schedule. If nanny is late, … Continue reading

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What to Wear

Do you show up at work looking like you’ve just rolled out of bed? If you do, your employer may be thinking about implementing a dress code. Dress, grooming and personal hygiene standards may be more important to your nanny … Continue reading

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How to NOT Get Taken Advantage of

Nannies are, by definition, caregivers. But too often, because of that nature and commitment to caring for others she can find herself in the position of giving too much or being taken advantage of. If you’re finding yourself in a … Continue reading

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Taking Inventory During Times of Transition

Whether your nanny job has a hard end date or you sense that the end of your position is coming near, you’re heading for a time of transition. But before you take the next step in your nanny journey, stop … Continue reading

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What’s Up With Guaranteed Hours?

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Drowning Leading Cause of Unintentional Death in Children

New data shows, drowning is still the leading cause of unintentional death among children 1–4 and the second leading cause among children 5–14 View the original press release here.  Release Details WASHINGTON – A new report released today by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) … Continue reading

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Preparing for Your Nanny Job Interview

You have secured a nanny job interview. Now what? These tips will help you prepare for your nanny job interview and put your best foot forward. What to Wear Clean, pressed clothing is appropriate to wear to your nanny interview. … Continue reading

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2017 INA Nanny Salary and Benefits Survey Results

INA Nanny Salary and Benefits Survey Results The International Nanny Association released the 2017 INA Nanny Salary and Benefits Survey this week. Highlights include: Average hourly rate USD $19.14, up from $18.66 in 2014. 52% have had a salary increase … Continue reading

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