How to Know If Your Nanny Needs a Break from the Kids | Part Time Nanny:
"More employers are starting to carefully evaluate their beloved nannies in order to determine whether or not they may be approaching dangerous levels of burnout. While newsworthy tragedies involving nannies and children are rare, nanny burnout can cause far less severe problems in your household if it goes unchecked. A burned-out nanny certainly isn’t likely to cause your children any harm, but she may be less attentive to them or frustrated enough that she terminates her work agreement early. In order to ensure that your children are getting the best possible care and keep turnover to a minimum, it’s wise to be on the lookout for these classic signs of burnout."
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