Have open communication with both your family, and your employers. As long as you are honest, and do your best to work with everyone, i doubt their will be any problems. At the end of the day we caregivers are human beings too, and have to be assertive to be... more
Yes. to be honest I think anything under $17 for any childcare is not fair, and especially if you are doing so much work, and are working overtime (45) you should be at $22. Good luck!
They MUST pay you overtime if you get there. If they refuse tell them that you will not work those hours. When it becomes a matter of legality and business, being professional, but standing your ground is usually the best route.
Tell them what the consequences are if they continue with the behavior, and more important then anything else, you must follow through. Dont exaggarate a consequence if you are not prepared to follow through on what you have told them. Also try to remember that they are kids, and at... more
Depending upon the situation between 20-25/hr is generally where i try to be
$20. you have so much experience, I think the LEAST amount you should be looking at is $20 an hour
i shoot for about 20 if it is a long term thing. I will go as low as 15-17 for one time jobs, but it is difficult work and it deserves to be paid a decent wage
Explain your situation as you just did, and put "Reliable Transportation" as the headline of what you are looking for in your ad. Good luck to you!