Does a nanny or childcare worker support you by attending to your kids while you work? Get support to be a Fair Care employer at a free webinar on Jan. 26

Written by: Children's Campaign
Date Posted: January 15, 2021

Over the last year, so many parents have juggled keeping their families safe, working at home and managing childcare or school at home. Now, to get support with all that we are carrying, many of us are considering hiring in-home child care or bringing back the worker we employed before the pandemic. Since there is no human resources department for parents directly hiring childcare workers, you may have questions about how to manage this working relationship.

In partnership with Raise Colorado, Clayton Early Learning, and United for a New Economy (UNE), Hand in Hand: The Domestic Employers Network is offering a free webinar to provide guidance and resources to parents hiring in-home childcare on how to ensure fairness and safety for the worker and your family.

Webinar Date: Tuesday Jan. 26, 2021

Time: 6:00 PM Mountain Time


We will discuss:

  • Tips on creating a fair working agreement
  • Health and safety for workers and your family
  • Fair wages and paid time off

Hand in Hand is a national network of people who employ domestic workers–nannies, house cleaners, and home care workers– and who believe that respect and dignity for workers in the home benefits workers and employers alike. Hand in Hand works closely with the National Domestic Workers Alliance to ensure our communities value care work.

For more information about Hand in Hand, go to their website:

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