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What Is The Difference Between Au Pairs And Nannies
Nanny is an employee: An au pair is a young person who comes to the us on a specific program through the state department. That young person is subject to very specific rules for how they can work and what else they must do that are regulated by the type of visa granted by the state department. A nanny is an employee of you and duties/wage/hours are specifically negotiated between the two of you without regulation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
A few "shadow days": Have your nanny follow you through your daily routine a few days in a row. Make sure you take some time to let her do the routine herself while you are observing so that you feel comfortable she is prepared to care for your baby when she is alone. Show her how to do things the way you feel work well for your little one. Then, returning to work won't be quite so difficult! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: This could be a tricky question that the federal eeoc would be happy to answer for you. However, a nanny could be here on a work visa, or an au pair from another country looking for an experience here in the United States. The essential thing is that they should be here legally to avoid future trouble. However, you need to make sure that your nanny is somebody you trust to leave children with. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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