Yep! You read that right. It’s easy and it works every time. So if you have ever had parents that skipped out on you, this post will help you fix that. PERMANENTLY. Here is the easy way to get two-week childcare notice every time.[Read more…] about The Easy Way to Get Two-Week Childcare Notice Every Time
Contracts & Policies
Ever notice how businesses charge extra for things? You know. Like if you need a package to be delivered sooner than the standard delivery. There is usually an extra fee for that.
Or if you exceed your limit. Like for banking or a credit card. Or even an extra channel on your cable service. You usually can expect to pay more.
Well, the same is true in our childcare businesses. More is more.
So today I’m addressing when it might be appropriate, no maybe even suggested that you charge extra childcare fees.
Fair warning, since I know that the notion of charging childcare fees can be such an unsure thing, this post is a deep dive. So grab a tea or latte and let’s get into it.[Read more…] about This Is When A Provider Should Absolutely Charge Childcare Fees
Sometimes the provider just needs a little help. Whether it’s regarding licensing issues or even a legal matter about their childcare business. The good news is there are actually some very good free legal resources for the childcare provider. Here are some invaluable, save for when you need them, legal resources for the childcare provider.
One of my favorite things to do on this blog is to share resources. And today I’ve got some really good ones to pass along. REALLY GOOD FREE ONES![Read more…] about Absolutely Free Legal Resources For The Childcare Provider
Do you struggle with client communications? Specifically, do you feel that parents just aren’t following your policies? Maybe you think they are doing this on purpose and just running over you. Today I want to ask – What would you tell your clients if you had the chance? Would you tell them to be better at following your policies and rules? Well, today we are telling those parents but good! Here’s the What, Why, How and When to tell your clients to follow your childcare policies.
Usually, when a provider thinks about starting their childcare they think about all the things they want to do. We have grand plans for curriculum and caring for the children we hope to get. We probably rarely think about what are some things we don’t want to do. Well, today I’m going there. Here are some things that I stopped doing at my Childcare … and why.