Do you or your clients pay domestic service providers, such as nannies, housekeepers, or personal assistants? While these arrangements are often managed casually, taking on the role of a household employer can be complicated – even for a single employee.
Employers are responsible for a sizable burden, including payroll and administrative tasks, human resources responsibilities, and regulatory duties. A single misstep, even for employers with the best of intentions, can trigger a cascade of steep financial penalties, legal issues, and reputational damage. And as the employment law landscape becomes increasingly complex, the responsibility of keeping up with the ever-changing rules and regulations around hiring, termination, and everything in between can amount to a full-time job.
Watch our webinar, Navigating the Risks of Household Employment: How to Protect Your Household’s Time, Assets & Reputation, to learn about the liabilities of household employment and get best practices to safeguard your time, assets, and reputation when managing these nuanced situations.
In this session, Cheryl Severson, Chief Customer Officer & Head of HR at TEAM Risk Management Strategies, shares real-life examples and arms you with tips to protect your household from liability.
You’ll walk away with practical, actionable tips on:
- Fair, compliant hiring practices to set the employment relationship up for success
- HR best practices to protect against claims and lawsuits
- Mitigating risk throughout the employment relationship, including terminations