What is the Value of Industry Association Membership?

We want you to feel comfortable with our agency before you even speak to us. One of the ways we do this is to open ourselves up to the scrutiny of the top household staffing industry associations. We feel confident in our integrity and business practices, and to demonstrate that credibility, we agree to meet the guidelines, standards, and code … Continue reading »

Top 10 Questions About Nannies We Get From Families (Part 2 of 2)

Below are the final questions most asked by our clients and potential nanny clients: 6. What happens if I hire and they aren’t a fit? What is your replacement policy? The majority of our placements are a long-term success, so this is typically not an issue. However, we know that from time to time, a match can be made that … Continue reading »

Top 10 Questions About Nannies We Get From Families (Part 1 of 2)

After being in business for over 17 years, we find that many parents have the same questions about how a nanny search/placement works. We thought it would be a good idea to compile our top 10 questions and the answers that our placement team put together: Do you do a background check? Yes, and this is SO important! The quality … Continue reading »

Mom’s Best Friend Named National Agency of the Year

I had such a wonderful, productive weekend when I attended the Association of Premier Nanny Agencies (APNA) annual conference this past weekend! It is my second year on the APNA board, and I so enjoy the camaraderie and collaboration in this industry. At the conferences, I always learn so much from my colleagues, and we always find great ideas to … Continue reading »

Ways to Appreciate your Nanny!

Nannies, like teachers, can be subject to high expectations and low gratitude. Many families, especially in this economy, have to really stretch their dollars to afford in-home care and avoid daycare. As a result, to provide any extra bonus or gift above and beyond a nanny’s salary may seem really tough. If you’re like me, my favorite gifts are not … Continue reading »