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Nanny Resources

  • How to Hire and Keep a Good Nanny" - FREE guide to registered members. A helpful resource guide for parents covering topics such as:
     
    • How to interview, screen, and reference a nanny
    • Evaluating your caregiver options
    • How to deal with the transition to a new nanny
    • Your responsibilities as an employer
    • Tax information

  • Sample Interview Questions - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask during the interview process when hiring a nanny

  • Reference Check: Personal - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask the nanny's references

  • Reference Check: Previous Employer - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask the nanny's references

  • Sample Employment Contract - A sample employment contract that should be used to outline the agreed upon position, signed by the family and nanny and kept on file

  • Sample Daily Log - A daily log that can assist a nanny to track activities and meals during the day for the parents

  • Emergency Information Sheet - All the important information a nanny needs to know while in your home

  • LMO Application - A link to the Labour Market Opinion Application Form as provided by the Government of Canada (external link to HRSDC website)

  • Minimum Wage in Canada - A chart outlining minimum wages in Canada (obtained from HRSDC website, October 2012)

  • Sample Job Description - A job description template to guide you through writing a nanny job description

  • Sample Nanny Resume - Jobseekers can use this sample nanny resume as a guide when creating their own resume

  • How-To Hire a Nanny Steps - Our 4-Part blog series on how-to hire a nanny: One | Two | Three | Four

Sitter Resources

  • "How to Hire and Keep a Good Babysitter" - FREE guide to registered members. A helpful resource guide for parents covering topics such as:
     
    • How to interview, screen, and reference a babysitter
    • Evaluating your caregiver options
    • How to deal with the transition to a new babysitter
    • Your responsibilities as an employer
    • Tax information

  • Sample Interview Questions - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask during the interview process when hiring a sitter

  • Reference Check: Personal - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask the sitter's references

  • Reference Check: Previous Employer - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask the sitter's references

  • Sample Employment Contract - A sample employment contract that should be used to outline the agreed upon position, signed by the family and sitter and kept on file

  • Sample Daily Log - A daily log that can assist a sitter to track activities and meals during the day for the parents

  • Emergency Information Sheet - All the important information a sitter needs to know while in your home

  • Minimum Wage in Canada - A chart outlining minimum wages in Canada (obtained from HRSDC website, October 2012)

  • Sample Job Description - a job description template to guide you through writing a babysitter job description

  • Sample Sitter Resume - Jobseekers can use this sample babysitter resume as a guide when creating their own resume.

Adult Care Resources

  • "How to Hire and Keep a Good Caregiver"- FREE guide to registered members. A helpful resource guide for families covering topics such as:
     
    • How to interview, screen, and reference a caregiver
    • Evaluating your caregiver options
    • How to make the relationship work
    • Your responsibilities as an employer
    • Tax information

  • Sample Interview Questions - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask during the interview process when hiring a caregiver

  • Reference Check: Personal - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask the caregiver's references

  • Reference Check: Previous Employer - A sample of the types of questions you want to ask the caregiver's references

  • Sample Employment Contract - A sample employment contract that should be used to outline the agreed upon position, signed by the family and caregiver and kept on file

  • Sample Daily Log - A daily log that can assist a caregiver to track activities and meals during the day for the family

  • Emergency Information Sheet - All the important information a sitter needs to know while in your home

  • LMO Application - A link to the Labour Market Opinion Application Form as provided by the Government of Canada (external link to HRSDC website)

  • Minimum Wage in Canada - A chart outlining minimum wages in Canada (obtained from HRSDC website, October 2012)

Housekeeper Resources

Testimonials

  • At the hospital I work shift work. I need a reliable steady babysitter to look after my children on a regular basis in the evening. A college student is just what I need to feel confident that my children were safe in case an emergency occurred... Eileen, Oakville, ON
  • This was an invaluable resource to help our family find experienced and caring candidates to look after our children before and after school. We were able to locate a wonderful part-time nanny in our area and were able to contact her through a personalized message... Karen, Saskatoon, SK
  • I received an email from a lovely family with 3 children, including one little boy with a dual diagnosis in special needs. I have only been with them a short while but they seem like wonderful people and I love all 3 kids! Thanks Canadian Nanny... Heather,
  • I found 4 great sitters through your service for our company Christmas party. Belinda, Winnipeg, MB
  • It was really important to us that we found a nanny that spoke French. We actually have just hired a nanny from France. We have learned so much from her. She is fun, takes direction well and is able to keep our two school age children happy... Renee, Edmonton, AB


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