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Oversea Full Placement

Looking to hire an overseas domestic helper?

Includes Following Services:
– Vetting and matching
– Document preparation & processing
– Domestic helper with overseas medical examination
– Local medical check (includes X-ray chest, VDRL, Blood test, HIV test, HBsAg test, etc)
– Consulate fees(as required by Consulate )
– HK visa fee (as required by HK Immigration Department )
– FDH Training and Examination Fee (Only For the Hong Kong First Timer )
– Philippine/Indonesia mandatory oversea insurance
– FDH in-service follow-up and counseling services
– Translation, allograph and consultation services of relevant labour legislations
– Useful forms for employer (e.g. wages and holiday receipt)

Local Full Placement

Want to find a local domestic helper?

Includes Following Services:
– Vetting and matching
– Document preparation & processing
– Local medical check (includes X-ray chest, VDRL, Blood test, HIV test, HBsAg test, etc)
– Consulate fees(as required by Consulate )
– HK visa fee (as required by HK Immigration Department )
– FDH in-service follow-up and counseling services
– Translation, allograph and consultation services of relevant labour legislations
– Useful forms for employer(e.g. wages and holiday receipt)

Oversea Direct Hire

Already found a suitable candidate who is overseas?

Includes Following Services:
– Document preparation & processing
– Domestic helper with overseas medical examination
– Local medical check (includes X-ray chest, VDRL, Blood test, HIV test, HBsAg test, etc)
– Consulate fees(as required by Consulate )
– HK visa fee (as required by HK Immigration Department )
– FDH Training and Examination Fee(Only For the Hong Kong First Timer)
– Philippine/Indonesia mandatory oversea insurance
– FDH in-service follow-up and counseling services
-Translation, allograph and consultation services of relevant labour legislations
– Useful forms for employer(e.g. wages and holiday receipt)

Local Direct Hire

Already found a suitable candidate who is in Hong Kong?

Includes Following Services:
– Document preparation & processing
– Local medical check (includes X-ray chest, VDRL, Blood test, HIV test, HBsAg test, etc)
– Consulate fees(as required by Consulate )
– HK visa fee (as required by HK Immigration Department )
– FDH in-service follow-up and counseling services
– Translation, allograph and consultation services of relevant labour legislations
– Useful forms for employer(e.g. wages and holiday receipt)

Contract Renewal

Need to renew the contract with your current helper but don’t know how?

Includes Following Services:
– Document preparation & processing
– Consulate fees(as required by Consulate )
– HK visa fee (as required by HK Immigration Department )
– FDH in-service follow-up and counseling services
– Translation, allograph and consultation services of relevant labour legislations
– Useful forms for employer(e.g. wages and holiday receipt)

Employment Condition

1. Have sufficient financial ability to employ a helper. In general, the monthly family income of the employer must be no less than HK$15,000 for each helper employed, or the employer must possess assets of an equivalent amount, sufficient to employ the helper for the entire contract period. 2. The helper and employer must sign a specified standard employment contract (ID407). The helper can only perform household duties for the employer as listed in the standard employment contract. 3. The helper cannot work for others during his/her stay in the HKSAR. 4. The employer must undertake to pay the helper a wage no less than the Statutory Minimum -Wage stipulated by the HKSAR government. If no food is provided to the helper, the negotiated food allowance must be no less than HK$1,236 per month. 5. The helper must work and reside at the employer's residence as specified in the standard employment contract. 6. The employer must provide the helper with suitable accommodation with reasonable privacy. 7. There should be no doubt as to the genuine purpose of the employment relationship between the employer and helper. 8. Neither the employer nor the helper should have any known adverse records.- The employer must be a bona fide Hong Kong resident.
1. Photocopy of the applicant's Hong Kong identity card 2. Photocopy of income proof: Latest tax demand note or 3 months' salary slips or 3 months' bank statements for fixed deposits. 3. Photocopy of residential address proof: Recent (within 3 months) rates demand note or water/electricity/gas/fixed line telephone bill (Immigration Department generally does not accept bank statements or mobile phone bills). 4. If the employer resides in public housing estates, an Application for Interim Residence for Domestic Helper from the Housing Department office of the relevant estate is required, processing of the application usually takes 5-7 days. 5. If the documents provided are not in the name of the applicant, other proof of relationship must be provided to establish the relationship, e.g. tenancy agreement, marriage certificate or birth certificate copy. 6. The employer must provide details of the housing indicated in the address proof - size of premises, number of rooms, and accommodation arrangements for the helper. If the helper has a separate servant room, the size of the room is needed. If the helper does not have a separate room, the employer must explain the accommodation arrangements for the helper and guarantee privacy. Generally if the employer provides an accommodation address for the helper different from the contract address, the Immigration Department will not approve the application. 7. The client must also provide names, ID card numbers and dates of birth of family members. If the client currently has a employed helper, name, ID card number and contract termination date or visa expiry date of the current helper is also required.
1.Helper's monthly salary (HK$4,870 x 24 months), totally HK$116,880; 2. Recruitment agency service fee (includes one-way ticket), Approximately HK$16,000; 3. 2 years premium for comprehensive domestic helper insurance, Approximately HK$1,500; 4. Return air ticket, Approximately HK$1,500; 5. Total HK$135,880; 6. Average monthly expenditure (divided over 24 months), ApproximatelyHK$5,661.
The current minimum salary for all foreign domestic helpers in Hong Kong as stipulated by the HKSAR government is HK$4,870 (effective from arrival date). Paying less than the minimum wage is illegal regardless of whether the helper agrees or not.
1. Individual foreign consulates require employers to provide winter clothing for helpers. Helpers all come from tropical countries and generally do not possess winter garments or daily necessities. 2. The employer must provide free three meals a day - breakfast, lunch and dinner meals for the helper, otherwise an additional monthly food allowance of no less than HK$1,236 must be paid to the helper. 3. The employer must provide free accommodation for the helper. The accommodation location must be the same as the contract. 4. The helper's work and location is restricted to household duties and the residence address stated in the contract, otherwise it is unlawful.
Both parties may terminate the contract by giving one month's written notice to the other party or by paying one month's wages to the other party in lieu of notice. According to the labour legislation, regardless of whether the helper requests termination or commits serious misconduct, the employer must pay all outstanding wages and holiday compensation, and also pay for the helper's return air ticket and travel allowance to the place of origin. Within 7 days of the contract termination date, the employer must notify the Extension Section of the Immigration Department in writing of the contract termination, to avoid unnecessary trouble from the helper in future. The termination letter can be faxed directly to the Immigration Department. 
1.The employer should grant the helper 4 rest days per month, with at least 1 rest day per week. But rest days are not mandated to be Sundays. 2. Statutory Holidays After the helper has been employed by the employer continuously for 3 months, they are entitled to the following statutory holidays, totaling 13 days per year, including: 1st January (New Year's Day), Lunar New Year's Day, Second day of Lunar New Year, Third day of Lunar New Year, Ching Ming Festival, 1st May (Labour Day), Buddha's Birthday, Tuen Ng Festival, 1st July (HKSAR Establishment Day), The day following Mid-Autumn Festival, Chung Yeung Festival, 1st October (National Day), Winter Solstice Festival or Christmas Day (at employer's discretion).
1. After serving the employer for 1 full year, the domestic helper is entitled to 7 days of paid annual leave. 2. After serving 2 full years, the paid annual leave remains 7 days. After serving more than 2 full years, for each additional year of service, the number of paid annual leave days increases by 1 day per year. 3. The maximum number of paid annual leave days is capped at 14 days. To be eligible for 14 days of leave, the domestic helper needs to have served for 9 years or more.
Regardless of age, a helper who has completed 5 years of service is entitled to a long service payment equivalent to 100% of the payment. The calculation method is: Monthly salary stated in contract * 2/3 * Years of service. 

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