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 on: February 17, 2017, 09:41:35 AM 
Started by Hantwins - Last post by tigger
When you leave the job is up to you. Everyone's pregnancy is different, if you needed to leave before the two weeks would the family be able to cover you.

What would you do if the mum decided that she didn't want you to take the baby back afterwards.  Have you agreed it in writing that you can bring the baby back? As for pay I think it depends on the family you work for. 

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 on: February 17, 2017, 08:37:53 AM 
Started by Hantwins - Last post by Hantwins
I am sitting down with my boss in a couple of weeks to talk maternity leave.
I was planning on taking two weeks before my due date, but mum thinks this may be a bit optimistic as I may struggle to be at work. I look after a 2 + 4 year old.
Also I was only going to take 2 months after as can't afford to live on SSP.

Just to confuse matters mum is pregnant and due the same time as me- guessing she will take a year off as that's what she did with her second!

They are happy for me to take my baby back with me after- should I expect a pay cut as have had mixed advice?

Any advice very much welcomed  especially if you've been through this before!
Thanks xx


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 on: February 12, 2017, 05:25:48 AM 
Started by lucy_goosey - Last post by lucy_goosey
Hello, hoping to meet nannies in Pimlico/Belgravia area with babies. My little man is nearly 6 months and I've just started a live in position. Friends would be highly appreciated.

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 on: February 11, 2017, 08:03:52 PM 
Started by snoozy - Last post by NannyNick
Yes, have signed up.   The scheme is not yet active for parents (apart from those in the pilot) but once it does become active you need to be on the scheme for parents to be able to find you.  Parents currently getting Childcare Vouchers will probably continue to do so until their next renewal point... then they may change scheme (as long as neither parent earns over £100,000).

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 on: February 11, 2017, 08:02:01 PM 
Started by snoozy - Last post by NannyNick
If you earn under £10,000 gross per year than you won't be auto-enrolled.  Depending on your earnings you can decide to opt-in. 
Your employer will have a start date for when they need to provide a pension scheme, regardless of if you qualify for auto-enrolment or not. 

£486 per month and below: Has a right to join a pension scheme.
If you ask, your employer must provide a pension scheme for you but your employer doesn’t have to pay contributions into a pension scheme.

Over £486 up to £833: Has a right to opt in.
If you ask to be put into a pension scheme, your employer must put you in a pension scheme that can be used for automatic enrolment and pay regular contributions.

So if you earn over £486 per month it is worth looking at joining the pension scheme. 

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 on: February 11, 2017, 07:55:04 PM 
Started by adananny - Last post by NannyNick
Any nanny payroll provider can back date the tax payments.  It can though mean that HMRC fines the parents for late submission. 
When you get the contract, it will have a date on it for when the employment started, so from that date they should be deducing your Income Tax and National Insurance contributions.

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 on: February 11, 2017, 11:32:15 AM 
Started by AM firstaidtraining - Last post by AM firstaidtraining
Hi

I'm running a Paediatric First Aid course in Woking on 11th March 2017.

This is a blended learning course. 6 hours classroom based and 6 hours distance learning on a computer.

Suitable for OFSTED and EYFS

Normally £70 but reduced to £60

Please contact me on acmarshall@ntlworld.com to book or see my website https://sites.google.com/site/amfirstaidtraining/upcoming-courses.

If you need Paediatric Training but would like a closed course for at least three people do contact me for a quote.

Many thanks

 8 
 on: February 05, 2017, 02:55:00 PM 
Started by adananny - Last post by doughnutbabeuk
Yes they may get a fine though because they should have notified HMRC by now

 9 
 on: February 03, 2017, 12:46:59 PM 
Started by EllaMoo75 - Last post by Montessori Nanny
LMI is good as are the Irish Fetac level 6 courses in montessori.

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 on: February 01, 2017, 12:45:46 PM 
Started by EllaMoo75 - Last post by EllaMoo75
Just looking at switching from an OU course to studying Montessori.  Anyone have experience with Montessori....which course did you take?  I would like to do an online course if possible.

EM

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