I am looking for a part time nanny. Can you help?

We do have part time nannies who are available but they are in high demand at the moment.  As a general rule, 2, 3 or 4 full days are more attractive to the nannies compared to 5 half days.  If you are looking for just a few hours in the mornings or afternoons, very short… Read more »

What kind of qualifications do your Nannies have?

All of our nannies have extensive childcare experience. Individual qualifications vary, but often include ECE certificates, Montessori training, Bachelors of Education or years and years of experience with children.

Are there any additional costs associated with hiring a Nanny?

Nannies are considered employees by Revenue Canada, which means you must hire them as employees and contribute to their Canada Pension Plan (CPP), Employment Insurance (EI) and Worker’s Compensation. On top of the gross salary, factor in approximately an additional 8% in BC, 7% in Alberta and 10% in Ontario.

How long does it take to get a full-time Nanny?

The process takes between 4 and 8 weeks on average and depends on several factors unique to your family (i.e. Where you live in relation to the Nanny, whether you need a Nanny who can drive, the ages of your children, special needs requirements, salary offered, etc.).

Does Nannies on Call provide payroll services?

We sure do! All full-time permanent placements (12 months or longer) include payroll services free of charge from NannyTax for up to one year. This can be extended for an additional fee.

Is there a fee to register for Nannies on Call?

Yes. All applications for placement nannies are subject to a non-refundable launch fee of $399. This will be charged once the application form is received and before we start our comprehensive Extraordinary Nanny search on your behalf.