Change jobs as a nanny

Before you leave your present job You must get these documents from your employer: a record of any overtime hours you worked a record of employment (ROE) The ROE must include: your reason for leaving hours worked gross earnings any money paid or payable at the time you left your job Only your employer can […]

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The Math

The Math regarding having an in home caregiver is not super simple, the wages encompass a mix of care-giving and in most cases housework.  obviously a family does not get housework done using daycare. Lets look at an example. Toronto 11.54/hr at 40hrs a week times 52 weeks a year divide by 12 months. This […]

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Bonding With Your Newborn

Topic Overview You naturally develop an emotional bond with your baby simply by spending time together, being physically close, and responding to his or her cues. Although the bond does not require special planning, keep the following in mind: Respond to your newborn’s crying. Newborn babies cannot act with forethought, so they are not capable […]

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Nanny, right for your family?

For most Canadian households with young kids, childcare costs are a pressing concern. Whether it’s a single-parent home or a household where two parents are working, childcare can mean thousands of dollars streaming out of the family income on a yearly basis, is a nanny right for your family? Childcare has certainly been an issue […]

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