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PostHeaderIcon Singapore-Maid.com, should I shut it down?

You know, life in Singapore isn’t easy. I think, it’s not easy for any trade, for that matter. Just look at all the new laws that came up or are coming up. A ban on alcohol consumption after 10:30pm? Hmm…

I didn’t update this blog for a long, long, long time. Sorry. Have no time - there are too many changes in the industry - just keeping up with it is a full time job. Let alone this hobby blog of mine.

However, I was surprised at the number of comments and questions from fellow Singaporeans seeking advice and asking for help. Please accept my apologies for not being able to respond on a timely manner. I understand how stressful matters pertaining to domestic workers or helpers can be.

Ask me - I know it first hand in my work ;-) But, at the receiving end from employers.

I did think about shutting down this blog, but the comments and questions from my blog visitors had me thinking again.

While I cannot promise to help everyone, I thought it may be a good idea to do “case studies” on comments or questions from readers. I will remove sensitive information but retain the important parts of the case so that you, my readers will benefit from it. Just my little contribution to society.

So do feel free to post your comments or questions, and please do not blame me if I don’t respond on time - it’s really a hobby blog and I am really busy like you are.

However, I will try my best to post some case studies - hopefully, it will benefit you or readers who come across my blog later on.

Do click around or read a little bit here and there and I hope to have an answer to your question(s).

I will try to have some updates on the industry as well.

By the way, I think some links on the site are no longer valid. If you’re looking for maid agencies accredited for good business practice by the Consumers Association of Singapore, please click on this link… and choose CaseTrust for Employment Agencies.

There are only 19 of them. Many of the agencies have opted out because it is no longer a compulsory requirement. However, these 19 are willing to hold themselves up for “punishment” by CASE if they don’t perform. So, consider giving them a shot. Also, read my article on how to use the MOM EA Directory to find an agency with a good retention rate.

I will try to update the broken links or if you’re aware of any broken links, please comment here. It’ll help me, instead of me having to look for them.

Thank you for reading.

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