Allowing Your Nanny to Prepare for Your New Baby

Even for experienced parents, having a new baby always requires some adjustments to the way your home and family operate. Here’s how you can (and why you should) allow your nanny to be involved in preparing for your new family member. Communication Is Key Just as you share normal schedule details with your nanny, make…

By Tiffanie Kinder

Keeping Your Home and Domestic Staff Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

With children home from school and demand for certain services rising, essential employees like Health Care/Public Health, Law Enforcement/Public Safety/First Responders, Intelligence Support, Educators, Food and Agriculture, Electricity, Petroleum and Financial Services need help to manage all of their responsibilities. Even those working from home are struggling to juggle their job duties with home and…

By Tiffanie Kinder

The Importance of Clear Communication with Household Staff

Successful management of household staff requires effort, especially when you’ve got more than one staff member in various interconnected roles. Learn why communicating clearly with your household employees is so important, as well as how you can keep everyone in your home properly informed and up to date. Why It’s So Crucial In order for…

By Tiffanie Kinder

Bringing a Nanny into Your Family: Starting on the Right Foot

First impressions are important, especially when you’ll be spending lots of time with someone. At the beginning of your nanny’s employment, you have the opportunity to lay a good foundation that will support a healthy long-term relationship and make your household run as efficiently as possible. Before You Hire Your Nanny Before you even begin…

By Tiffanie Kinder

Setting and Maintaining Boundaries with Your Nanny

Your family will be spending a lot of time with your nanny, and it’s crucial that everyone has a clear understanding of expectations and relationship boundaries. Here’s how you can create healthy professional boundaries with your nanny for a great long-term relationship. Being Friendly Doesn’t Mean Oversharing It’s certainly important to develop a bond with…

By Tiffanie Kinder