Hiring a Domestic Helper in Hong Kong

It is probably time for you to hire a Domestic Helper in Hong Kong. What are the main differences between employing an overseas helper or someone already in Hong Kong? Are you ready for hiring and preparing the famous employment contract?  We prepared a guide to help you understand the issues and collect the most important information. What

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Useful Resources For Maids in Singapore

Singapore is a city of dreams and hopes and thus many people reach here in search of a respectable source of living. Thus you may find many migrant workers here working as domestic helpers, professional jobs here. If you are also working as a domestic helper in Singapore you must be well aware of its

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Hiring Cost of Domestic Helper in Singapore

Employing a domestic helper is not an easy decision. Naturally, you need to be excessively careful in your recruiting process, which requires interviewing prospective candidates and make sure you choose the person fit for the job. One other important aspect you need to consider is the hiring cost. Hiring a live-in domestic helper costs more

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How to Terminate Helper Contract?

Unfortunately, it becomes necessary to terminate domestic helper’s contract. One would have to follow certain steps to terminate your helper’s contract but be sure that firing your helper will have a huge impact both on their career prospects and the support they are offering back home. You might not have any option if you are

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Finished Contract or Terminated Contract ?

In Hong Kong, the recruitment process of the right domestic helper can be fast or very long… If you only have a short time to hire, one of the most important information to check is the working status of each candidate. There are differences between the following terms: terminated, break contract, finished contract or from overseas. In order to gain

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Domestic Helper Community in Hong Kong

Foreign domestic helpers comprise about 10 percent of the working population in Hong Kong. That is over 330,000 people, making up a whopping 4.6 percent of the total population. With a vast majority of female employees making up this statistic, so much of city commerce and living depends on these valuable foreign workers community. Constantly

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