Back to work and childcare

There comes a time when you know that you have to plan for returning to work after your maternity leave. In fact, you may well be looking forward to being back in the working world with adult company and things other than nappies and feeds to think about, with the knowledge all the time that you will have your much loved baby to come home to at the end of the day.

Whether you are looking forward to going back to work or feeling that you are rather dreading it, you have the same task of needing to find childcare for your baby. Do you find a nanny or look for a childminder or choose a nursery, either near to where you live or where you work.

There is a great deal of information about the relative merits of each choice. You will also find that talking to other mothers and fathers about the childcare they use and what they find are the advantages and disadvantages is a good idea. However, a few subjective impressions do not add up to proper research and you are in the right place to find out more from the experts.

If you do decide to find a nanny, then here at NannyWage Ltd you can find tips and ideas about how to find a nanny, not to mention the all important services of taking care of all the tax and national insurance work for you.Nannies are there all the time for your child and unlike a nursery, they will look after only your child, so your child will be getting total attention.

This doesn’t mean they will be cut off from other children of their age though, as nannies take children to toddler groups and all the other activities that mums and dads do. When you go to work you can have the peace of mind of knowing that your little one is safe in the care of someone they know and trust.


  1. For parents who are returning to work, finding quality childcare is essential. There are a few things to keep in mind when searching for the right daycare center or nanny. First, consider your budget and whether you need full-time or part-time care. Then, look for a reputable provider with experience caring for children of all ages.

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