Employees all over the world have had to adjust to the transitions and challenges of working from home. But for working parents, the challenges, disruptions, and distractions continue to mount. Find out how employers can help their employees with work-life balance.
Many families have considered hiring a tutor for additional support with their children’s education. While more affordable alternatives to paying a full teacher’s salary, tutoring may not be sufficient to fully support your family’s needs.
For many families, one of the top priorities of their learning pod is health and safety. Formalizing a health and safety protocol can help minimize risk and create a common standard of behavior for all parties involved.
When it comes to hiring the teacher that is right for your family — or your circle of families — it’s important to make sure you’ve checked your list of qualifications, preferences, and non-negotiables, twice.
With the rise of COVID-19, you may be familiar with the term trust circle — a small, tight-knit social circle committed to following the same set of safety precautions. Now, a new name is arising: learning pod.
What is a private teacher, exactly? To be clear, it’s not a tutor. It’s not a nanny. And it certainly isn’t a “catch-all” role in regards to childcare. Which also means it may not meet the needs of every family.