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Are you Looking for the very best in child care for your children? We help families find governess referrals who have college degrees and are capable of supervising, tutoring and/or teaching school-aged children in educational studies. The governess is available for full-time, live-in and long-term employment.
The governess salary varies and may range from $800 to $1,000+ per week.
The governess salary is determined by many factors, e.g., her level of education, experience as a governess or elite nanny, work duties and the number of children needing care, the geographical location of the job site, and work schedule she has agreed to. Employee benefits for the governess should include health insurance, paid holidays, paid vacations and paid sick days. Provisions should be made for the governess in a private or separate living area within or near the home. If transporting children are a requirement then you should be prepared to provide the governess with a vehicle for her use while on and off duty.
Families will interview available candidates in-person in the privacy of their homes, offices or in a public place agreed upon by both parties. Unless otherwise suggested by our company, it is the family's responsibility to contact the candidate and give him/her job interview specifics, e.g., interview date, time and directions to the job site. After interviewing available candidates, the family is required to contact our office with results of each interview in a timely manner.
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When you hire domestic or in-home help (i.e, a nanny, babysitter, housekeeper, day worker, cook, household manager, personal caregiver or private chef) in a private household you should be aware of your tax obligations.
Is a household worker considered an independent contractor or an employee? To find the answer, go to: Independent Contractors vs. Employees
For household employer tax information go to: Hiring Household Help Info
Also, see important information when hiring in-home help.
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