Aside from essential workers and location-specific jobs, there are a lot of people (including parents) who are working from home to minimize the risk of spreading the virus. This significantly changes how things look around the house—especially for nannies and sitters.
- Establish Clear Boundaries
When everyone in the house knows where they’ll be and when, it can give you the space you need to do your job effectively without interrupting the parents.
2. Communicate Your Ideal Work Environment
Work together with the parents so that you, them, and the kids all have what you need for a great day.
3. Give Each Other Grace
Sometimes things won’t turn out perfectly, but that’s ok! Work together to improve things for the next time.