Top Consumer Reviews: The Nanny League

The Nanny League matches high-profile families with college-educated nannies who are competent, nurturing, and creative. Both full-time (40+ hours/week) and part-time (minimum of 20 hours/week) nannies can be found here, all of whom go through an extensive screening process that includes a drug test, background check, reference review, and more. This company is the most professional and expensive nanny agency we have found.

Good If You Have Specific Concerns And Needs

Families with specific concerns and needs are able to find caregivers through the Nanny League to cater to them. The full list of nannies at the Nanny League includes nannies for special needs children, newborn care specialists, temporary nannies, tutors, and personal/household assistants. Each of them come with their own price range and specific fee paid to The Nanny League.

Good Quality Nannies

Most nannies typically start at $22 – $25/hour or more. However, the hourly rate for part-time and full-time nannies is really up to the family and their budget. The Nanny League will work to find a candidate within your budget, so you can be a *little* flexible if needed. The nannies for hire here are of higher quality, so there is no such thing as getting a cheap caregiver. The Nanny League fee on top of hourly rates makes this the most expensive option for families to find childcare.

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No Payment Until You Hire

We really like that The Nanny League does not require the fee for their services until you’ve selected a caregiver to hire. The fee will be paid upfront once a candidate is chosen and you are ready for them to start. You can meet with, interview, and trial (up to 24 hours) as many of their candidates as you want to make sure you’re ready to commit to someone.

Expected Fees

The agency fee depends on the type of caregiver you hire. The fees that can be expected include:

  • 15% of the nanny’s gross annual salary for full-time and/or part-time nannies. Nanny hourly rate is determined by families.
  • $250 for special event nannies who are paid $25/hour for a minimum of 4 hours.
  • 15% of a tutor’s annual gross salary. Tutor fees start at $25/hour.
  • 15% of a personal and household assistant’s gross salary.
  • 20% of a baby nurse’s annual gross salary. These specialists run between $25 and $45/hour.
  • 35% of a temporary (working less than one year) nanny’s gross salary.

Positive Customer Reviews

The Nanny League does not have a Better Business Bureau profile, but families have left feedback on their services on third-party sites online. They nearly have a 5-star rating across the board from parents who sing their praises. People report that they have great communication with the Nanny League, they love the nannies they have hired, and their professionalism is unmatched. We realize that the cost for hiring someone through the Nanny League might not be in everyone’s budget, but if you are able to make it work, surely you will find that nannies here are worth the money.

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