A nanny can accomplish plenty of work within a day. Because of knowledge and skills gained from experience and training, a nanny can perform a variety of work. While we may be familiar with the concept of a nanny, the daily tasks are not always clear. What does a nanny do?
Usually, nannies work 40 – 45 hours per week. In this period of time, their main obligation is to look after someone else's children, and ensures their welfare in the time their parents are not around.
For babies, nannies/babysitters are the ones who change babies’ diapers, as well as feed, bathe, dress and as play with them. They also comfort babies when crying and ensure their safety. For older children, nannies help them prepare things for school and make their meals (breakfast and lunch). Furthermore, a nannies’ service includes educating children and molding them socially, emotionally, intellectually, and physically.
Aside from that, nannies may else perform other duties. They may possibly do housekeeping, laundry, grocery shopping, and running errands.
The responsibilities of nannies depend on two factors, their capabilities and employment agreement with employer. Thus, if nannies have lots of work, this often indicates higher salary.
With these responsibilities, nannies should be flexible in dealing with children. Since kids have different attitudes, they have to adjust the way they interact with one another. Moreover, patience and showing of affection is very important in this kind of job.
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