Jakarta, Armfalcon.com – It’s no secret, ahead of Eid al-Fitr, not a few household assistants (ART) often ask permission to return to their hometowns.
Although there are those who will return to work again, it is not uncommon for them to decide to stop working and settle in the village.
There are a number of reasons why the household member is reluctant to return to work again, it could be because the atmosphere in the village is more comfortable, they want to get married, they want to rest, and so on.
Whatever the reason, of course this is very burdensome for the family who are already very dependent on him. Like it or not, like it or not, the family has to hire a new household member to lighten the endless burden of household chores.
But make no mistake, recruiting a new household member can lead to financial problems in the future if you’re not careful.
Here are three ways to recruit household members that are commonly done along with the advantages and disadvantages financially.
Search directly from your acquaintances
Maybe you have neighbors, friends or relatives who have many acquaintances in the village who want to work in the city, you can just get a new household member from them.
After you have agreed on the salary of the household member in question, all you have to do is pay for the transportation costs for the household member from their hometown to your house.
Recruiting household members directly from acquaintances is of course free of redemption fees like distribution foundations, and is the cheapest way to recruit among others.
The drawback of this method is that you may not be guaranteed a replacement if the new household member you recruit doesn’t suit you, because this recruitment is done directly by you.
In addition, it is also very likely that the people recruited are people who have never worked at all.
Through a broker
Unlike individuals, a broker can help you choose a household member with the skills you want, however, brokers generally do not have legal entities.
Of course, they provide relatively cheaper redemption fees than foundations, but because they are not legal entities, the agreements regarding guarantees and so on are often not very clear.
Sometimes, there are also brokers who cannot promise a guarantee for replacement of ART at all, and this is very risky if the ART in question runs away.
Through the foundation
Foundations are often trusted places to recruit household members because they are seen as more trusted and have legal status. They can provide a wide selection of experienced ART candidates according to what you want.
They even have a clear work contract with ART, guarantees, and everything related to mitigating risks when a default occurs between a client and ART.
But make no mistake, the cost of redeeming household members at the foundation is considered quite expensive, as is the standard salary for the household members they provide.
It’s not uncommon to find rogue distribution foundations that don’t want to take responsibility for all the bad things that happen. Therefore, it is very important to find out the reputation of a credible and trusted channeling foundation.
It is also very important to read the validity of existing employment contracts properly.