7 Tips to Avoid a Nanny Hiring Fail! By Kathleen Webb, HomeWork Solutions, Inc. Did you ever hear Mary Poppins talk about salary or work hours? The Brady Bunch’s Alice never utters a peep about her job description or increasing duties. TV makes it look easy! […]
Year-End Planning for Household Employers and Agencies Thank you GTM Payroll Services It’s hard to believe that 2013 is almost over! There are certain things your families should be aware of at year-end to ensure they are compliant with all federal and state regulations. Please share with your families the following year-end tax tips, […]
This year’s theme is “One-of-a-Kind”. What unique qualities do you bring to the industry, your clients, and your city? What makes you stand out among your peers and your competition? All agency nominees must follow these guidelines to be considered. Entries must be focused on the theme and be able to describe what the agency […]
AGENCY MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE: WHAT AGENCIES WANT. Thank you to APNA member contributors: Denise Collins, Jens Hillen, and Kathy Dupuy Here is what busy, veteran agency owners say they want in an Agency Management Software Program. Next month we will share what is available for our industry in regard to Software Packages. Screening: Powerful database to […]
CareMatchPro was designed from the ground up using the latest in technology, usability, and internet- based features to help nanny agencies grow, prosper, and run efficiently. Most importantly, we have been helped from the beginning by some very fine agencies that gave freely of their time to make this software, the software the industry has […]
NANNY JOBS PRO (Agency Management Software) As a follow up to last month’s newsletter article regarding what agencies want in their management software, GTM would like to share some information on NannyJobs PRO™ (NJP) software. In use for over 10 years, GTM has invested countless hours and resources to perfect this software developed specifically for […]
Nannies are routinely put through a more rigorous job screening than America’s CEOs. Honesty, we require it of our nannies, why shouldn’t we expect it from corporate America?
Last month, the EEOC issued new guidelines regarding the use of arrest and conviction records in making employment decisions under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
By Lynn Peterson, Vice President of PFC Information Services, Inc. During the past few years a new type of pre-employment background check called the National Criminal File (NCF) became available. Vendors claim that as many as 350 million criminal records are included.