Exactly. You think while laundering and ironing too. So many delicate clothes I've had ruined by maids... Now I do it all myself.x9200 wrote:This is because you think while cleaning and you use common sense while handling different object and above it all you do it all to get a certain effect - a clean house.
Hi mbarbeito, i can't PM yet, can you send me your maid's contact? thanks!mbarbeito wrote:my husband and i have a wonderful lady who irons and cleans our place once a week. we will be traveling for the next few months and I am trying to help her find someone to replace us.
She doesnt have a key to our place but often she in the apt by herself while I run errands. She is always looking to do more/help with more than it is expected. She is realiable and really, really would like to help her.
Please let me know if you are interested and I can give you her #
If she is on a work pass, legally speaking, yes, she can work, but only for the employer who applied for her pass, and for the place quoted in the pass, and not at any other places. But I guess you know thatStrong Eagle wrote:Can she legally work as a part time maid?
My 2 cents: Part time maids (those who are on work permit) are illegal and those from the agencies who properly license them out are super efficient to the extent that two turn up, run a express service and disappear .. If anybody found a good agency, I am keen to knowyammy123 wrote:Hi
We are a small expat family moving from Kl to Singapore in less than two weeks and we are looking or somone to assist us part time until we can find a fullt time person.
Does your helper cook? Has she had any experience with children? is the Filippina? What are the normal rates of pay for part timers?
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