What you pay the housekeeper is between you as the Employer and the Housekeeper as the Employee.
AsianHousekeepers.com does not get involved in any pay arrangements or negotiations. For more information visit https://www.fairwork.gov.au/
Yes. You can list a job for a casual cleaner on AsianHousekeepers.com.
Something to keep in mind is that normally housekeepers will not have their own cleaning equipment, so you will need to supply the equipment. The housekeeper will simply turn up and do the work.
The most popular countries that housekeepers come from are Thailand, Vietnam, Philippines, Japan, China and South Korea.
Of course there are a lot of other nationalities however these are the most common.
Yes. Most of the housekeeping roles are Live In.
Most employers package a role with accommodation and food included. The work can be on a casual basis spread over the week.
For example, a housekeeper may work 2 - 3 hours a day over 5 days, so 10 - 15 hours per week.
Many of our housekeepers are in Australia studying on a Student Visa.
They are legally entitled to work 20 hours per week to fund their studies.
Yes. Some of our candidates are living in their home country and seeking work opportunities in Australia.
What you get paid is negotiated between you and the employer. It will depend on a number of factors including if you get accommodation and food, if you are casual, part time or full time. For more information visit https://www.fairwork.gov.au/
The most common visa to legally live and work in Australia is a Student Visa however there are many different types of visas that may be suitable depending on your Nationality and your personal situation. Please check the Australian Government Immigration website for clarification. https://immi.homeaffairs.gov.au/visas/getting-a-visa/visa-finder
Yes it is 100% free for Employees to use AsianHousekeepers.com