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A Simple How-To Guide: Annual Evaluations for Employers of Caregivers/Attendants

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Managing caregivers or personal attendants doesn’t have to be difficult! When we intentionally set up systems of communication, we create opportunities for healthy, professional boundaries. For example, there might be a really important change coming up in your life — you might be returning to school, have a new romantic partner in your life, or

California Domestic Worker Overtime Rules

This download outlines overtime rules that apply to domestic workers in California who work in private homes. The overtime a domestic worker is entitled to depends on the type of work they do and how they are hired. To determine which rules apply, first identify what category of domestic worker your employee falls under: Personal Attendant,

House Cleaner Work Agreement (Spanish)

Are you planning to hire someone to provide house cleaning services in your home or want to improve your current employment arrangement? This guide will help you, organize your conversations, create clear and respectful communication, and create a clear agreement that outlines the relevant terms of employment.

Seattle House Cleaner Work Agreement

Are you planning to hire someone to provide house cleaning services in your home or want to improve your current employment arrangement? This guide will help you, organize your conversations, create clear and respectful communication, and create a clear agreement that outlines the relevant terms of employment.

Connecticut Domestic Employer Responsibilities

If you live in Connecticut and employ any of the workers listed below in your home, then you have legal obligations as a domestic employer. Nanny House Cleaner Home Attendant Chef Driver Household Manager Domestic workers have the following rights in Connecticut: Minimum wage is $13 effective January 1, 2022. On July 1, 2022, it

Sunsetting of Alia

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Alia is an online platform created by National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) Labs to allow employers to provide certain benefits to the domestic workers in their homes. As of March 9, 2022, NDWA is discontinuing the Alia program. NDWA is working on new versions of the platform, to specifically address areas of the original platform

Non-Toxic Cleaning

Protect workers and yourself by ensuring the cleaning products are non-toxic.

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