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  • Genre:REFERENCE
  • SubGenre:Personal & Practical Guides
  • Language:English
  • Pages:408
  • Format:Paperback
  • eBook ISBN:9781483586298
  • Paperback ISBN:9781483586281

How to Hire a Nanny

Your Complete Guide to Finding, Hiring, And Retaining Household Help

by Guy Maddalone

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Overview

How to Hire a Nanny provides guidance from the nation's leading expert on household help-- Guy Maddalone. In this book, he walks you through the entire process of being an employer of a nanny or other household employee. You'll find help on topics such as: • finding help on your own • employing a noncitizen • forming a work agreement • determining wages and hours • managing payroll, insurance, and taxes • ensuring your home is a safe workplace • and much more. This informative handbook covers everything you need to make the process of hiring and employing household help easy and simple.

Description

Hiring someone to watch your children, or to provide any other assistance you may need around your home, can be an incredibly time-consuming and difficult process. Making sure you comply with the employment, hiring, payroll, and tax regulations, as well as just being a good employer, is crucial to making this relationship work. How to Hire a Nanny provides guidance from the nation's leading expert on household help-- Guy Maddalone. For more than 25 years, Guy has assisted countless families with finding the right help to meet their needs. In this book, he walks you through the entire process of being an employer of a nanny or other household employee. With practical information and accurate facts, this comprehensive guide is a valuable resource and handy tool that streamlines an otherwise complicated process for the household employer. You'll find help on topics such as: • finding help on your own • employing a noncitizen • forming a work agreement • determining wages and hours • managing payroll, insurance, and taxes • ensuring your home is a safe workplace • and much more. This informative handbook covers everything you need to make the process of hiring and employing household help easy and simple.

About the author
Guy Maddalone is founder and CEO of GTM Payroll Services Inc., which offers household payroll, human resources, insurance, and employee benefits services. Recognized in the United States household employment industry as the national expert, Maddalone has been operating businesses that attend to household employment for over 30 years. Starting with the placement of home healthcare and eldercare services, Maddalone expanded his business to include nannies and other household staff, and named the company A New England Nanny. For 25 years, A New England Nanny has placed thousands of child care providers and nannies throughout upstate New York. Maddalone founded GTM in 1991 to provide payroll & tax administration for household employers, the first in the industry. GTM is the nation’s premier household payroll and tax service, and manages more than $1 billion annually in payroll, supporting more than 30,000 employees. GTM has also made the INC 5000 list eight times as one of the fastest-growing U.S. companies. Maddalone conducts educational seminars throughout the country on the household employment industry, household human resources, household payroll taxes, IRS audits, tax compliance, and dependent care services for corporate employers. He is also a work-life dependent care consultant to GE, a licensed property and casualty broker specializing in Workers’ Compensation, and a member of the Society of Human Resource Management (SHRM). Involved with several prominent business organizations, including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Inc. magazine, Birthing of Giants, and former president of the Albany Chapter of the Young Entrepreneur’s Organization, Maddalone also contributes greatly to the community in which he lives—from coaching youth sports teams to mentoring local college entrepreneurs and giving to many charities, including the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Maddalone is also heavily involved with industry associations, such as the Association of Premier Nanny Agencies and the International Nanny Association. The eldest son of 13 children, the importance of family is integral to Maddalone. He and his wife, Diane, reside in upstate New York with their three children.
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