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APNA has prepared this handy COVID-19 Risk Tolerance Scale you can use in your office and share with parents and nannies. Download Your Complimentary Copy here.  
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Dear APNA Members and Friends, Greetings from the new world order…What a sea change we are all experiencing as agency owners, affiliates, and human beings in 2020. While struggling to do business in the time of COVID-19, APNA has come to play an important role as a timely source of great information for our members....
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One of APNA’s main objectives as an organization is “to develop and maintain high ethical and professional standards of service” for our industry. We would be remiss if we did not address the racism and inequities facing our nation; issues that not only threaten our values and ethics as individuals, but APNA’s as an organization....
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Throughout the pandemic, the nanny community has voiced concerns about payment, unemployment, going into work, and more. We’ve gathered answers to a few common questions we’ve seen emerge since lock-downs began in various cities and states. While the information provided here is general, an APNA agency in your area can help with more city or...
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APNA agencies have always been committed to creating successful and happy relationships between employees and families which includes advising on HR best practices. Last November, Philadelphia passed landmark legislation, the Domestic Worker Bill of Rights providing for legal protections for all in home employees. The bill goes into effect in May of 2020.  These bills...
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For nanny agencies, the summertime brings an opportunity to generate additional revenue through the arrangement of temporary child care. If your agency already has a temporary service, you can strengthen it by targeting specific child care needs that many families have during the summer. If your agency doesn’t make temporary placements, consider adding that to...
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GTM Payroll Services recently surveyed nanny agencies from across the country to get their feedback on a number of topics. Ninety-three percent of agencies responded that they provide information about payroll and tax services to their families, whether it’s recommending a payroll service or just informing their families about paying their employee legally. There are...
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Why Household Employers Should Have a Policy Workers’ compensation is an insurance coverage that more and more employers are finding they need to acquire, either because their state requires they provide it for their nanny, or because of the risks associated with not having a workers’ comp policy in place should their nanny get injured...
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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 to hire someone for a position in their home some peace of mind...
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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 in new candidates and clients Does it help your business run...
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