- Elite nannies often know the households of the rich and powerful better than the parents themselves.
- Business Insider asked nannies what they wish their bosses knew and they had feedback about everything from household security to their job responsibilities.
- One nanny was concerned about the pressure the parents' high expectations put on the kids.
When you hire people to run your household, it's possible that they just might get to know how it works better than you do.
Business Insider interviewed seven elite nannies to find out what they learned about the households of the rich and powerful but were afraid to tell to their bosses. The nannies had feedback on everything from household security to their job responsibilities.
Keep reading to learn more about what the households of the rich and powerful are really like.
Note: Business Insider was able to verify each nanny's identity, but we refrained from publishing some of their full names to protect their privacy.
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