Children's nanny contract: live in as employee
- Solicitor approved
- Plain English makes editing easy
- Guidance notes included
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About this children’s nanny contract
This professionally drawn nanny contract is for parents to edit and present to your new nanny. It covers all that you would expect in a Net Lawman contract of employment plus many additional provisions relevant to this particular employment.
The contract covers many areas where disputes could arise: expenses, prompt payment, emergency procedures, parental absence, hours of work and more. However, it is in plain English for easy understanding by Nanny and easy edit by you.
Contents of this children’s nanny contract
- References and qualifications
- Trial period option
- Liaison arrangements
- Job title and description
- Place and hours of work
- Salary and expenses
- Use of car
- Leaves: holidays, sickness, other
- Work outside the Republic of Ireland
- Other business or employment
- Confidentiality: protecting your privacy and hers
- Disciplinary and grievance procedure
- Notice period, and termination provisions
- Data protection
- Miscellaneous legal matters: critical factors which shape the contract in your favour
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current Irish law.
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