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Sonny

It takes me less than an hour to clean the 50 square meters of flooring in my condo.

 

And, as an ex-military guy, no maid could ever clean to the standard I consider acceptable.   :yahoo:

 

 

One hour to clean a floor that size ?   I can kick all the empty beer bottles out the back door in less than five minutes.     :db:

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but why hire a maid when it's rather easy to do all that by yourself?

 

 

maid is a high risk, or so the philippinefailblog tells me...

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RogerDuMond

but why hire a maid when it's rather easy to do all that by yourself?

 

 

maid is a high risk, or so the philippinefailblog tells me...

 

 

For me, the reasons why are:

 

1, No desire to spend my time cleaning 300 sq. meters when I can pay someone 100 pesos per day to do it.

 

2. When my wife is working in the US, she wants the maid to accompany me whenever I go to town. Not sure why.   :ROFLMAO:

 

3. It gives me a translator when my wife is not here and I am unsure of what is being said.

 

4. I don't have to worry about the kano price.

 

5. She takes care of a couple vegetable gardens.

 

6. She manages the 2 farm workers making sure they do what they are expected to do.

 

7. She fixes lunch and snacks for the workers.

 

Yes it is difficult to find reliable helpers, but I think it is probably easier in the province than in the city.

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You are right so effectively their take home pay would be considerably less than the 67 pesos quoted once you subtract their contribution.

Not korekt

"Premium payments or contributions shall be shouldered by the employer.

However, if the domestic worker is receiving a wage of Five thousand pesos (P5,000.00) and above per month, the domestic worker shall pay the proportionate share in the premium payments or contributions, as provided by law."

 

Means that if you pay your helper below 5K monthly YOU pay ALL the benefits.

Example:

Salary 3000 monthly

Social Security System (SSS)

340 peso

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Philippine Health Insurance Corporation (PhilHealth)

200 peso

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Home Development Mutual Fund (Pag-IBIG)

4% max 200 peso

120 peso

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Total you must pay 3,660.-  monthly (and reserve 250 peso for the 13th month pay)

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