What You Should Consider Before Accepting a Nanny Job

Just as the family is interviewing you to determine the best fit for them, you should be asking the right questions to assess if the job is the right fit for you!

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Who It's For

Nannies who are interested in setting themselves up for success by asking the right questions.

Why It Empowers

How content you will be in your new job position greatly depends on whether or not you set yourself up for success. The first step is to ask the right questions!

What's Needed

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    Meet The Expert

    Emily Louange

    Emily has held positions as a care provider for over two decades. She’s managed care as a nanny, home health aide, and as a RN after earning her Bachelor’s of Science in Nursing. When she became a working mother, she was astonished by the insufficient systems in place to support and guide families. She strongly believes that our children and those who care for them deserve better support and solutions. Called to do something to help; she founded a childcare networking platform, Via The Village, served on the Board of Directors for the US Nanny Association, and helped start CareNectar!