It's been almost 3 months that I have worked with this family as a live in nanny(for room and board). When I started, I couldn't tell the future, and my relationship is more serious than I ever would have thought it would be three months ago. I initially thought I would be spending a lot of time at the house just doing homework. I spend a lot of time at my other job, school, the library, and spending time with my boyfriend, and fitting my family into that. I have nothing bad to say about the family, they are wonderful people.
I am a nanny for 3 brothers. A 9 year old autistic boy, an 8 year old and a 5 year old. Their father pays me 350 a week to work 45 hours. I pay for my own gas to drive the boys to activities that they expect me to do every day. What are your opinions? Should I be paid more?
Hey there, I've only been with my current nanny family (after many months of a live in nanny job that was down right horrible) for around a month. We don't have a contract and originally I said I could stay until the fall or longer but there's nothing in writing. However health stuff and a possible promotion at my first job that would include benefits have come up and the nanny job is getting it the way. And I'm really just not wanting a nanny job any longer.
I feel so sad reading the articles that my fellow nannies post on here. It is the only website I have found for nanny support. I am so grateful for it!!
Hello! I am fairly new to nannying (Only about 1.5 years doing it "professionally") I have had 100% great reviews from families and have been offered 2 live in positions. I have been seeking a live-in position to help me save on rental costs because our rental market has skyrocketed here in Santa Barbara.
The one position I'm leaning towards is as follows:
I would be caring for a 3 month old girl, Monday-Thursday from 8:30am-5:30pm (9 hours/day)
On Wednesday's I would also be caring for the 4 year old.
In return I would get:
Hi y'all. Are there any live-in nannies from the Los Angeles area I could seek advice from when it comes to pay? I have been with my current family since January and as the months go by my pay stays the same but my work load is starting to become a lot more than what was agreed upon. Sometimes I feel as if I am being highly taken advantage of but there are times where I feel as a person living in the house I am obligated to do some of the house hold duties that are requested. I also have curfews on my off days, is that a common thing?
This has only happened once so far, but I need to know what to do since I'm sure it will happen again sometime. My employers had friends over one weekend and had me watch their friends' 2 kids along with the boss's 2 kids who I already care for while they went out. Of course I didn't mind but I asked for extra compensation since 4 kids is a lot. I was only given $10 extra by my employer and I feel like it should have been the other parents to pay me instead of my boss since they are not her kids.
I with This family Since August, no contact but good pay, its just a biweekly evening thing job. Last week they asked for my SS# i denied that information, they were upset about it because they want a refund on their child care tax credit... That's understandable. But that would mean i would get audited and owe a lot.