• Work Schedule: The following represents a typical schedule. Employer will limit fluctuations as much as possible and provide as much notice as possible.
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  • Fair Labor Standards Act Notice: With very few exceptions, domestic employees are classified as non-exempt (protected workers, which entitles them to pay for every hour they work at a rate that may not be less than federal, state, and if applicable, local minimum wage rate. Additionally, overtime (time-and-a-half) must be paid for each hour over 40 in a 7-day workweek. There are few exceptions and special requirements based on type of worker and state of residence. Mileage & General expenses: Any miles driven while on the job using the employee's vehicle will be reimbursed at the IRS Mileage Reimbursement Rate, which cover the cost of gasoline as well as general wear and tear on the vehicle. Employee will maintain a mileage log and submit to employer for reimbursement at the end of the pay period. The current IRS mileage reimbursement rate is 54 cents per mile. Tax-advantaged Benefits: In addition to the wages stated above, employer will contribute to the following employee expenses. These amounts are considered non-taxable compensation (up to the limits noted below), Meaning neither employer nor employee will pay an taxes onto his portion of the compensation (check any that apply)
  • Paid time off: Employee will receive the following paid time off:
  • Week(s) notice is required for any appointments etc. which may cause the employee to miss work.
  • Week(s) notice is required for any requested vacation.
  • *PARENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED BY FEDERAL LAW TO PROVIDE PAID TIME OFF. Holidays: Employer will provide the following PAID holidays (check any that apply) *Any Holidays worked by your caregiver should be at the rate of $3 more per hour. *PARENTS ARE NOT REQUIRED BY LAW TO PROVIDE PAID HOLIDAYS. Tax Withholding's / Reporting Employer will withhold the required Social Security & Medicare taxes from the employee's pay, along with income taxes per the employee's instruction on Form W-4 and all other applicable state taxes. All tax withholdings will be remitted to the state and federal tax agencies on or before the household employment tax deadlines. In addition, employer will match the employee's Social Security & Medicare contributions to the state and federal unemployment insurance funds on behalf of the employee. Employer will provide employee with form W-2 at the end of the year (by January 31) Employer will report employee's earnings to the Social Security Administration so that employee receives appropriate retirement benefits. Confidentiality: Employee understands that any and all private information obtained about the employers or their dependents during the course of employment, including but not limited to medical, financial, legal and career, are strictly confidential and may not be disclosed to any third party for any reason. Grounds for Termination: The following are grounds for immediate termination:
  • Allowing the safety of the dependent(s) to be compromised
  • Inconsistent or non-performance of agree- upon job responsibilities.
  • Dishonesty
  • Stealing
  • Misuse of family automobile
  • Breach of confidentiality clause
  • Persistent absenteeism or tardiness
  • Unapproved guest
  • Smoking or consumption of alcohol while on duty
  • Use of illegal drug(s)