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Just My Two Cents Just Now said...

To the editors of this blog and all of the awesome readers who always give such great advice, I want to wish you all a Merry Christmas today. Enjoy your time with your families and I am looking forward to another exciting year on ISYN@!!!!!

MissMannah said...

First of all, I don't think this is the appropriate place to be asking your question, you should have sent it in properly. But since you've asked, I have a question for you. Is this your first nanny job? If not, you should already know to always have a contract that outlines all this stuff. It is the #1 nanny rule. "I don't know how to bring it up" is absolutely no excuse. You just say it. Present it as a "new year, new start" sort of thing. If they don't go for it, quit. You are a professional, time to get a professional job. No self-respecting nanny would work for more than a year without any vacation pay or let their family take a vacation and not pay them. Did you even ask them for your paycheck? It isn't YOUR vacation nor was it your choice to not work.

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ericsmom said...

With the start of 2012 maybe time to look for another position.

♫ Amy Darling ♥ said...

It might be too late to write up a contract since you have been with them a year already, but you can always try.

I think it is rude for them to go away and not pay you. It's not like your rent or electric bills go on vacation with them, plus don't you need to eat as well?? Sheesh.

Happy New Year OP.

Marypoppin'pills said...

I appreciate those that left advice but I will Publish her Question to the Blog so other Readers can also help.

And yes, MissMannah and Jedd... this wasn't the place.

Hijacking threads is a little pet peeve of mine. ;-)