New York, NY (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
On September 18th, The Nanny Authority (TNA) launched a fresh and user-focused version of its website at http://nannyauthority.com/. The redesigned site increases the ease with which interested nannies and families can access its offerings and establish the ideal employer/employee relationship. A new, clean interface provides both enhanced aesthetics and intuitive function to the site. Ultimately, the web presence of TNA has been redesigned to create an instrument to facilitate the company’s interaction with its clients and applicants.
The Nanny Authority prioritizes aiding families and applicants in meaningful and successful communication. President, Clifford Greenhouse emphasizes that “The new website is a reflection of our real life, face-to-face interactions with the families and employees we serve.” TNA believes that the modernized website achieves these goals and going forward, is well positioned to continue adapting to the demands of our clients and the industry at large.
The new TNA website is divided into a number of logical categories that address a specific branch of operations. A primary focus is put on the two main aspects of TNA’s mission: serving nannies in need of a family, and families in need of a nanny.
The “Family Page” section of the site provides families with a tool to find a qualified and desirable nanny. This new section presents the rationale behind hiring a nanny and the screening process that the agency uses to generate a pool of candidates. Families can use the Family Page to prepare for a meeting with prospective nannies, fill out an application detailing their family’s needs, and take the initiative by beginning to browse TNA’s marketplace of available nannies.
The Nanny Authority is equally interested in providing resources and employment opportunities for nannies themselves; this has led to updating the site’s supplementary key section, the “Nanny Page.” Nannies looking for work or training opportunities can navigate to the “Nanny Page” to fill out an application. If their qualifications are approved, they will undergo a screening and be provided with a profile on the TNA job board.
In addition to the enhanced functionality provided by the website redesign, a number of improvements and resource expansions are planned to take place in the coming months. This includes the addition of an on-site blog. The TNA blog will address the interests of families and nannies in equal measure – topics will range from child rearing tips for parents to nanny training exercises guided by the most contemporary industry trends.
For a first-hand look at The Nanny Authority’s fresh and authoritative new site, visit: http://nannyauthority.com/.
About the Nanny Authority
The Nanny Authority has been ranked by New York Magazine as the #1 Nanny Agency; it enjoys a tradition of success and family ownership that dates back to its founding in 1962. As a nanny placement agency, TNA is responsible for uniting nannies and families all across the country. The thoroughness of TNA’s operation sets it apart for competitors – candidates are fully vetted and placed based on how their own personal strengths match up with a family’s desires. Optional payroll and training services round out TNA’s offerings and make the company an easy choice for those wishing to have all of their nannying needs or occupational preferences met.