Your independent maid is exposing your family to risk! Eisla Sebastian gives great advice on how to lower your legal and financial risks around the home, specifically what jobs you should never ask your maid to do.
#1- Heavy Lifting. Don’t ask your maid to lift anything heavier than 20 pounds
#2- Cleaning up hazardous materials. Hazardous materials include human waste, body fluids, medical needles, chemical spills and large areas of mold.
#3- Climbing ladders. It is not reasonable to ask a maid to do chores that involve climbing a tall ladder, such as washing second story windows or cleaning extra high shelves. It is not reasonable to ask a maid to do chores that involve climbing a tall ladder, such as washing second story windows or cleaning extra high shelves.
Best way to protect your family from legal and financial risk is to hire a licensed, bonded, and insured maid service like You’ve Got MAIDS. Our maids are trained at MAID UNIVERSITY where they learn they can and cannot do inside a client’s home. Consider the ladder. You’ve Got MAIDS brings their own ladder, removing their Clients from liability. Our workers compensation insurance covers our maids in your home. We insulate our Clients from legal and financial risks.
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