September 16, 2016
Have you recently employed a nanny for your family? Do they make your life so much easier, and provide your children with endless activities and fun? Perhaps you are trying to think of a way to show your appreciation, but don’t know the best way to do this. Here are just a few fun and different ways to show your nanny how thankful you are for all their hard work.
Nanny Appreciation Tips
- Simply say ‘thank you’ in a meaningful way
- Ensure that your children say thank you and show their appreciation
- Tell friends and close relatives about their great work, so that the information gets back to your nanny.
- Give them a surprise day off
- Treat them to a homemade breakfast at the start of their shift, or a family dinner at the end of their day if they are a live in nanny
- A simple thank you card or gift such as a photo frame of your nanny and your children
- Help towards tuition fees, if they are studying whilst nannying, up-skill them by gifting a nanny training course
- A nice bottle of wine, some chocolates and flowers are always appreciated
- Take them out for dinner, or money towards going out for dinner with friends
- Offer a pay rise, and / or a bonus for staying with you
- Organise a weekly fruit box or snack box delivered to their home address
- Give your nanny a gift card for their favourite shop
- Give a chance to pamper themselves with a spa day voucher, or gym membership
- Give simple homemade gifts from the children, hand prints on ceramics are always a hit
- Give the chance to have an extra few days off with their family at Christmas and Easter
These are just a simple few ideas that can make your nanny feel very loved and appreciated. This creates an even stronger relationship between yourself and your nanny as they are aware that their work has not gone unnoticed. This in turn helps to keep your nanny happy, and they will work even harder knowing that you are grateful for everything they do.
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Posted by Harmony at Home Head Office Team | Filed Under Childcare options, Expert Advice, Mums Dads and Family, New Mums and Dads