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Showing appreciation to the person who cares for your children and home is extremely important. Your Nannies birthday is the perfect opportunity to say thank you for all that she does.
Here are some ideas of what you can buy your Nanny for her birthday on any budget. Its not about how much you spend, its the thought that counts!!
Mall gift card
Make her a Birthday Party – Make a Cake and let the kids write her cards
Good Warm Winter Gear
Restaurant Gift Card
Electronics / Ipod, MP3 Player..
Nice Card and Balloons
Wonderland Tickets / Passes
Top 10 Favorite Nanny / Caregiver Interview Questions
1) Can you tell me a little bit about yourself?
2) What do you like best about being a Nanny / Caregiver?
3) What do you find most challenging about the job?
4) What do you like to do in your spare time?
5) Do you have brothers and sisters? Are you married? Do you have a child / children?
6) How many years of experience do you have being a Nanny / Elder Caregiver?
7) Are you trained in CPR and First Aid?
8) Do you have experience cooking and preparing meals?
9) Why did you leave your last job?
10) Have you ever had to deal with an emergency situation while watching children or an elderly person? What was it? How did you handle it?
Are you paying your nanny minimum wage? Minimum wage is the lowest wage rate an employer can pay an employee.
Effective June 1, 2014, the general minimum wage in Ontario will increase to $11.00 per hour.
Both Ontario and Nunavut will have the highest minimum wage rate in Canada. The student minimum wage will also increase from $9.60 to $10.30 per hour.
What days are considered Statutory Holidays in Ontario?
New Years Day – January 1
Family Day – Third Monday in February
Good Friday- Friday before Easter Sunday
Victoria Day – Monday before May 25
Canada Day – July 1
Labour Day – First Monday in September
Thanksgiving Day – Second Monday in October
Christmas Day – December 25
Boxing Day – December 26
*Civic Holiday (Simcoe Day) – First Monday in August – This is an optional holiday. Provincially regulated employers are not required by law to give this day off.
* Easter Monday – Government Employees Only. Only federal employers are required to give the day off.