2015 Nanny Pay and Benefits Survey Results Are In!

PSP conducted its 5th Nanny Compensation Survey of employers who employ a nanny. These results are based on 750+ Brooklynites who employ live-out nannies who are not part of a nanny share....

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IMPORTANT FINDINGS

Pay Findings for full time nannies:

  • $15.93 per hour for 1 child ($.82 more than 2013)
  • $17.33 per hour for 2 children ($.87 more than 2013)

Part-time nannies continue to make a higher hourly rate than a full-time nannies:

  • $17.43 per hour for 10-20 hours vs. $16.05 per hour for 50+ hours

Time Off:

  • The average agreed upon days off is 15 days, while the reported days actually received is 21 days.
  • 6 in ten (63%) try to give their nanny time off of the nanny's discretion.

Raises & Bonuses:

  • The most common raise given is $1.00 per hour.
  • Giving bonuses continues to be standard, with 1 week's pay given the most common amount.

 

See the full SURVEY RESULTS.

 

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Step 4: HOW can we seal the deal?
Step 5: HOW can I make this a great working relationship?

WORK AGREEMENT
Learn more and download the Sample Nanny Work Agreement

ON THE BOOKS INFORMATION:
PSP/HomeWork Solutions Guide to Paying On The Books

NANNY SHARE INFORMATION:
The PSP Guide to a Successful Nanny Share

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Disclaimer: This post has been written for educational purposes only by Park Slope Parents and is not meant to be legal advice and should not be construed as legal advice or be relied upon. The post may contain errors, inaccuracies and/or omissions. We recommend checking with a professional for specific advice.


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