Fill in and sign the registration form as accurately and as honestly as possible. Please mention all the details that could prove important later on, so that we can find you the best and most suitable au pair for your family.
Once we have found you a fantastic choice of au pairs and you have selected your favourite candidate, you will need to write a letter of invitation to the au pair. This will include information about your family, details of the period of employment, the au pair’s duties, working hours, free time and salary.
To be included in the letter:
- Names of employer and employee
- Job title
- Start date
- Place of work
- Salary details
- Contractual hours and specifics of overtime work
- Sickness entitlement
- Holiday entitlement
- Length of notice required to terminate the contract
- Details of disciplinary and grievance procedures
This letter will be signed by both you and the au pair. It acts as a contract and by signing it the two parties agree to be bound by Au Pair in Argentina’s terms and conditions.
This contract is a legal obligation and we recommend that you complete this prior to commencement of the position. Everything should be explained as clearly as possible to avoid any misunderstanding later on.
As well as drawing up the contract, you are more than likely going to have to register as an employer. Although we carry out checks on our applicants, we always advise clients to check the history of their potential employee for themselves. If any details contradict our findings, we are always keen to learn about this.