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Nanny from 6.30am to get DS out of bed?

(28 Posts)
Bvlgari Thu 16-May-13 10:04:38

get ready for school, take him to school 5 miles away, pick him up at 3 and then stay with him until I get home at 6pm, or take him swimming lesson etc.
So nanny would actually work 6.30-9 and then 3-6. Don't need them during the day
Would I just pay them for those hours, or work out some other payment plan?
Will someone actually want to do this?
Help please? All new to me!

MiTran Fri 17-May-13 17:01:27

Hi Bvlgari

I am available, I live in w10 Queens Park, please call me on 07789206355, if you are still looking for a Nanny

Kind regards

Mi Tran

Nannyowl Fri 17-May-13 17:12:14

hi Bvlgari

Another point with split shifts is the travel expense. Unless a nanny lives very close to you it will not be worth the petrol/wear and tear of her car costs to do your job.
For example if she lives ten miles away at 45 p per mile that is £18 per day! Fifteen miles away travel costs £27.
So look local.

forevergreek Fri 17-May-13 19:26:42

I would say you would have to pay full time also.

I work 5am-10pm one day as a nanny. I'm paid double pay 5-8am, then regular, then double 8-10pm ( also do other regular hours different days)

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