For almost three months, many working parents have had to balance work and family responsibilities without childcare and the stress is starting to show. At Nannies on Call, we’ve been receiving more requests from parents looking for short and long term childcare, while online we’re seeing more and more childcare job postings. If you’ve started… Read more »
With the relaunch of our On Call Babysitting service, we have put in place new guidelines to help ensure the health and safety of our nannies and families. Health Requirements: Nannies and Families are required to be 100% healthy at the booking. This means that if you develop or have the following symptoms, you will… Read more »
Like many businesses and families, Nannies on Call is adapting to meet the needs or our families and nannies. Restaurants are providing meal kits and grocery services, liquor stores are putting together cocktail kits, and manufacturing companies have switched to producing PPE. Everyone is doing their best to stay in business and service Canadians safely…. Read more »
As you know, our world has changed quite a bit in the last month. The majority of Canada’s workforce is now working from home. Business and family meetings are taking place virtually. People are using technology (Skype, Google Hangouts, Zoom, Facetime, etc.) more than ever before to connect with one another. We’ve also seen a… Read more »
We know that as parents in the middle of a global pandemic, you’re juggling more responsibilities than ever before. You’re working from home, managing household duties, keeping your children safe and happy, and to top it all off you’re now also a primary educator. We know that many of you are feeling overworked and overwhelmed…. Read more »
We have had many questions in Ontario regarding if Nannies are considered essential workers. In an effort to keep our families and nannies as up to date as possible we wanted to provide you with the information below. Of course things are constantly changing so please be sure to check out the links to ensure our information is still up to date.
We are well into this pandemic and no one is sure when it will end. It’s causing a lot of stress and uncertainty in people’s lives, especially on the financial front.
Like most Canadians and the majority of the world, you’re now in self-isolation at home for the foreseeable future. How long will this last? No one really knows.
As you know from our email last week, we decided to temporarily shut down our On Call Babysitting department. We felt it was the right thing to do at this time to protect the health and safety of our nannies and families. We know for many of you this means a loss of income that you depended on for rent and food. We’re doing our best to stay up to date with any funding coming from the government and will pass on any information you may find helpful each Monday.