Parents who run a business or work outside the home will require a sole charge Nanny who can take full charge of the children. Our Nannies thrive on such a responsibility and enjoy planning their days with their charges. If you are registering a sole charge position, we would present only those Nannies who have the experience and references to verify previous sole charge responsibilities, for your peace of mind.
A mother who is at home or working from home may be classed as offering a shared charge position where there will be some time working alongside the Nanny.
Some clients require sole and shared care as one or both parents work part-time or are at home for some of the time.
At the interview stage it’s important to establish that all parties share the same ideas, values and setting of limits to ensure that all adults are working well together regardless of whether the position is sole or shared care, in order to create a happy and secure environment for your children.