as per MOM law, they are meeting the requirementsx9200 wrote:We rented one place after a couple, both from EU and I am almost certain the maid slept on the floor in the kids room. There was there a bomb shelter in the apartment but filled with shelves and other stuff. And these are typically locals that don't comply to any civilized standards when it comes to the maids so you can imagine.
I personally know of it happening. Many times over.CatherineS wrote:Do any of you personally have a helper or actually knows someone who does this? Or is this just based on word of mouth?
I couldn't. Admittedly I chose a house that had an additional bedroom on the ground floor to give us that option and if that hadn't been possible then I would have had to use the usual but if the room is empty why would you not give it to the human that lives in your house and improves your quality of life? The norm isn't always something worth following.x9200 wrote:Where/what would you rather could be a tricky thing so I would stick to what is the norm for ordinary occupants in the host country (here Singapore).
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