An au pair is in charge of taking care of the children and lives within the home of the family. The au pair is provided accommodation, meals and a salary. The family gains a loving caretaker for their children and an addition to the family. Expats are more likely to employ au pairs.
The term au pair is not commonly used in the Philippines. Nanny or the local terms "yaya" or "kasambahay" are used instead.
Typical requirements are:
In addition to these requirements, it is common for families to ask for females, non-smokers and non-drinkers and responsible individuals.
The family has to welcome the au pair in thinking that she is not just an employee, but an important part of the family. Therefore:
If hired through an agency, the agency usually guides the au pair through the process. Otherwise, the au pair will have to apply for a Work Visa. For more information on visas in general, consult the section on "Passport and Visas".
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