Nanny Share between two families can be a realistic and money-saving option worth considering. Share a Nanny with a local family and share one of our high quality, experienced nannies at a much more affordable rate.
Share a Nanny in your home or at your other families home on similar days/hours each week. Your child can spend their days in a familiar environment and is ideal for similar aged children at home together.
You too can enjoy the benefits of professional In-Home care at a much lower cost, than employing a nanny individually.
If you have a friend or know someone who has a nanny, why not look at Sharing a Nanny!
South Coast Nannies provides support for Families when engaging a Nanny including :- Nanny Interview Questions, Sample Contracts, Hints and Tips for their first day and information on your ATO obligations when engaging a Nanny either an Employee or Independent Contractor.
Benefits of Nanny Share
Individualised and age appropriate learning programs within a small group environment.
Attention to your Childs routines and needs.
Continuity of care.
Professional qualified and experienced educator for your children.
Complementing your work schedule with flexible child care.
Your Nanny should undertake all tasks involved in the care of your child/ren. These tasks include the sole care of the child/ren and any domestic duties involved regarding their health and well being.
Light domestic duties may be negotiated and included in the Nanny’s duties as long as they do not conflict with their primary responsibility of caring for your child/ren.
The Important Details
When engaging a Nanny into your family, you need to comply with the Australian Taxation Office and Fair Work and SafeWork.
Employing a Nanny for your family means that there are some obligations that need to be met to protect you and the family and our Nanny.
South Coast Nannies provides you with the tools that you need to engage a Nanny as an ‘Employee’ or ‘Independant Contractor’.
When engaging a Nanny into your family, you need to comply with the Australian Taxation Office. This is a standard and straight forward process, and in practice is not as difficult as it may seem.
Visit the ATO’s website for more information on reporting your Nannies Income.