What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Nanny in Littleton:
"Must love children."
Have your employer be specific of how many hours you're going to be working in a week.
Nanny in Owasso:
"Cover your bases."
Make sure you sit down and get a nanny contract made. It will help when they start trying to add things to your duty list without asking or giving you proper compensation for what you do that is extra. Also be sure they are paying the nanny taxes otherwise you won't receive a w-2 and that can hinder you from being approved for many things.
Nanny in Youngstown:
Take this job seriously because you are to make sure the children are always safe and taken care of. You have to be able to think and act like their mother would in providing care for them.
Nanny in Rochester:
Try your hardest with the kids, you are making an impact on their lives. They are going to remember How you treated them. Make this job one you will always talk about. Realize that the parents are counting on your for their livelihood. And most of all enjoy your time. Love the kids, teach them, play with them, teach them important morals and values.
Nanny in San Francisco:
"You Are So Valuable."
A nanny is one of the most valuable positions in a family unit. Therefore, one must recognize that they should demand a great salary and excellent benefits.