Protecting your Nanny Agency’s Website’s Content with the Copyright Law

Protecting your Nanny Agency’s Website’s Content with the Copyright Law Please note: The information presented below is for informational purposes only. It does not constitute legal advice.              Nanny agencies put a lot of time and effort into generating new and interesting content to keep their websites fresh, informative, and relevant to their clients’ needs. Web […]

Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Finding the right nanny for your family isn’t easy. Breaking up with your nanny is as difficult, emotional, and anxiety-producing.  I’ve listened to many families and nannies over the years describe the dissolution of their relationships. I keep a big box of Kleenex on my desk and sometimes I want to reach for a tissue […]

APNA Honors White House Nannies: 2014 Excellence Honoree

Excellence: the quality of being outstanding or extremely good.      White House Nannies, in Washington DC, has been owned and operated by Barbara and Richard Kline for almost 30 years. From its inception, excellence has been a basic tenet of the business along with honesty, integrity and of course, hard work. Excellence might be […]

Why Become an APNA Member

Why Become an APNA Member? Wendy Sachs, CEO, The Philadelphia Nanny Network, Inc.   Why become an APNA Member? I’m a founding member of the International Nanny Association. I was in Claremont, California when Deborah Davis passed around a hat (literally) and said, “For everyone who puts in a check of $65 to cover the expenses […]

Placing Household Employees for Temporary Work

by Tom Breedlove, HomePay Provided by Breedlove   Temporary and seasonal placements have become a great way for agencies to increase revenue and build relationships with young parents. Whether it’s summertime help or a business trip for Mom or Dad, things come up throughout the year that require families to pursue short-term in-home care. And like […]

Getting a Fuller Picture: Drug Testing Prospective Caregivers

Getting a Fuller Picture: Drug Testing Prospective CaregiversEllie Martin, PFC Information Services, Inc.  In recent months, PFC has seen an uptick in requests from parents seeking drug tests on their nanny candidates. Drug-testing is another facet of a pre-employment background check that can give parents of young children, children of elderly parents, or anyone seeking […]

Top Tips For an Effective Website

Top Tips For an Effective Website By, Steve Lampert Founder What does an “effective website” mean? To evaluate ask yourself: Is your website reflecting the high quality image you’ve worked at for years. Is it the best in your market? Can your users access it on phones, Ipads and laptops Is it bringing you […]

Be Represented, Not Just Registered

Be Represented, Not Just Registered  For over 30 years Town + Country has prided ourselves on our relationships with both candidates and clients.  We recognize that now, more than ever, there are multiple resources that a candidate can use to find their next job.  Online listing services are especially popular because of their ease of […]

Traveling With Your Nanny

Traveling With Your Nanny: How to Compensate Your Nanny on a Family Vacation Traveling with small children can be a challenge for any parent, whether it’s trying to keep the kids from getting restless and bored during a long car ride, struggling to maintain control and safety in busy airports, or being able to enjoy some […]

APNA Honors Celebrates A Nanny for U

APNA Honors Celebrates A Nanny for U: 2014 Community Service Honoree A Nanny for U, one of Washington’s largest and most reputable placement agencies, is deeply rooted in their community. They are an agency that believes in building relationships and giving back to others. As a staff, they are constantly seeking ways to get more involved in […]

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