I do have a set of rules and a list of things to do be done.amiee40 wrote:Hi
To all the parents/families out there, when you employed a maid, did you prepare a "Rules' for the house that they have to sign to acknowledge and also a detailed schedule of their daily tasks?
I was told by a local friend that i have to do this. To me, it seems abit harsh, you are employing a helper to help you and by signing 'Rules' you have started the emloyer and employee relationship on the wrong foot.
I think everyone does this differently and you should find what works best between you and your helper. In our family, we all eat the same thing. But if she doesn't like what we're having, she's welcome to make something for herself. My helper likes spicy instant noodles and we always have a stash at home.smayrhofer wrote:How do you handle food for the maid? Do you just ask her to eat what you eat or do you buy for her seperately? Especially if we are eating expensive meals (special occasions) I may not want to invest in another portion for my maid.
Also, when you send your maid out with your child on errands, etc, do you give her money for food for herself or do you ask her to take food from home?
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