The FamilyHelpandCare.com “Nanny Hiring Kit – Your Complete Guide to Hiring a Nanny” provides families with true and tested professional tips and tools necessary for hiring a nanny on their own. The Nanny Hiring Kit is a complete overview with systematic instructions that guide the family through the hiring process. The Nanny Hiring Kit includes professional forms essential to properly interview candidates, check references, run background checks, and prepare the (most important) family/nanny work agreement.
Statistics provided by the US Bureau of Labor and Child Care Aware of America (formally known as NACCRRA) show that there are approximately 14,827,511 children under the age of six potentially needing childcare (a number that is growing daily). These numbers show a real need for childcare options for families.
“More and more families are choosing to hire a care provider for their children using an internet- based service such as FamilyHelpandCare.com (http://www.familyhelpandcare.com). Using such a service requires the family to screen potential candidates themselves. The screening process is essential in finding the right childcare provider,” says Pamela Pollock, President and founder of FamilyHelpandCare.com. “Based on years of experience as the owner of a successful nanny agency, the Nanny Hiring Kit was developed. The professional forms included in the Nanny Hiring Kit have been tried, tested and used by thousands of families” Using the Nanny Hiring Kit gives families the tools, resources and confidence needed to find, hire and maintain a qualified nanny for their family.
“FamilyHelpandCare.com provides a valuable service to families and individuals seeking affordable access to resources that support individual family childcare needs,” says Pamela Pollock, President and founder of FamilyHelpandCare.com. “This new eBook, Nanny Hiring Kit, gives families the guidance, tips and tools needed to be organized and maintain open communication with the nanny, or childcare provider, before and after they have hired her.” For a complete list of the table of contents, see the “Nanny Hiring Kit –Your Complete Guide to Hiring a Nanny” at FamilyHelpandCare.com.