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What does the new auto enrolment pension scheme mean for nannies?

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The Irish State’s auto-enrolment pension scheme is due to start operating in 2024, giving employees access to a workplace pension savings scheme which is co-funded by their employer and the State. But what does it mean for those who employ nannies in their home?

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How to be a good employer to your nanny

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The right candidate is hard to find. Once you have found the right fit for your family you need to work on building a mutually respectful and lasting relationship. Here is everything you need to know about keeping a household employee happy.

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Why you should never negotiate your nanny’s salary in net terms

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Astrid Hamilton from Nanny Payroll says you can save hundreds with this simple negotiating strategy.

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9 mistakes Irish families make when paying their nanny

How much does a nanny cost in 2022?

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What you need to know before you negotiate a rate of pay with your nanny.

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Your nanny’s employment rights – what you need to know

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When you hire a nanny or a childminder who looks after your children in your own home, you become their employer. This comes with legal and financial responsibilities. Here is what you need to know.

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15 things included in your Nanny Payroll subscription

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Ask not what you can do for your Nanny Payroll subscription. Ask what your Nanny Payroll subscription can do for you.

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Why you should never pay your nanny cash in hand

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Whether you are trying to save time, money or the headache of dealing with Revenue, you should never be tempted to pay your nanny cash in hand, says Astrid Hamilton from Nanny Payroll. Here, she debunks the most common excuses given.

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Why Nannies will be integral to the post-Covid working world

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The rigid hours and months-long waiting list of day care centres and creches lack the flexibility that hybrid working demands

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Five top tips to settle in a new nanny

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With schools back and many workers heading back to the office, if you have a new childcare provider in your home, these top tips will help ease the transition.

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