About the Book
Do any of these describe your household situation?
- You want to hire someone to help you with everyday chores but you’re not sure how you will cope with a stranger living with you.
- This is your helper’s first domestic employment or your first time employing a helper and you don’t know how to begin training her.
- Your helper is more like a friend than an employee, so you feel awkward when you ask her to do certain chores.
- Your helper doesn’t understand health and safety procedures in the home.
- You don’t know how to approach your helper about personal hygiene.
- You need guidance on how to train your helper about nutrition.
- You feel if you comment on any shortcomings that your helper may have, she might respond negatively.
If you have answered yes to one or more of these questions, then The Domestic Helper reference book is for you. This book will provide you and your helper with tips on how to manage your home efficiently, how to keep your helper and your family safe, and advice on working and living together.
About the Author
Judy Johnson has lived and worked in the Middle East and Far East for more than 15 years. During this time Judy has gained valuable insight into the work, training needs and well being of domestic helpers. Based on the experiences of family and close friends, and her own first-hand knowledge, Judy strongly believes that communication and common understanding are key to a successful employer/employee relationship. Judy currently lives in Cyprus with her husband and young son.