I've worked as a housemaid for 6 years. I can wash and iron clothing, do housework, and assist in the kitchen. I can look after children and help them with their activities. I am understanding and respectful. I enjoy meeting new people and communicating with them. I worked for 4 years in Al Ain with a local family as a nanny/maid, they had 2 kids, 3 months old and 5 years old. I worked for 2 years in Saudi Arabia as a nanny/maid, they had 4 kids aged 2, 4 , 6 and 6 months old. I will be available on July 1.
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- Salary and Employment Terms: Ensure that you provide fair and reasonable employment terms to your nanny. This includes a monthly salary, working hours, rest days, annual leave, sick leave, and overtime compensation as per MOM regulations.
- Accommodation: Provide suitable accommodation for your nanny, which should meet the requirements set by MOM. The living space should be clean, well-maintained, and offer adequate privacy.
- Medical and Insurance Coverage: Purchase and maintain medical insurance for your nanny, covering inpatient and outpatient treatments, as well as personal accident coverage. MOM requires a minimum coverage amount, so verify the specific requirements.
- Levies and CPF Contributions: As an employer, you are responsible for paying monthly levies to MOM. These levies are used to fund programs and services for foreign domestic workers. Additionally, you are required to make Central Provident Fund (CPF) contributions for your nanny, which include employer and employee contributions.
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