The candidate and member parents should discuss and determine a mutually satisfactory financial compensation. One must consider the nanny’s age, languages, qualifications and experience, the number of children to be cared for, the number of hours to be worked and the jobs frequency, a description of responsibilities and family expectations as well as wishes. The tasks of a nanny encompass everything relating to the children. Additional household chores must be contractually regulated and should be compensated for in the wage.
Depending on the work relationship one may be paid on an hourly wage basis or be paid through a monthly salary.
During our initial Nanny Meet-up, care 4 kids offers our Nanny Handbook including salary and wage recommendations. Once you sign up as a care 4 kids Nanny you will receive more detailed information and tools and guidelines.