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Vrengky was a wonderful addition to our family for the 2 years that we were in Singapore. She was great with our 3 boys ages 4, 5 and 7. Our youngest son has multiple food allergies and she was able to successfully manage them at all times. We really miss her and hope she is able to find a nice and wonderful family to be with.

Jennifer N., Singapore


Tri is thoroughly trustworthy and dependable. Tri has been responsible for all housekeeping, cooking, shopping, managing shopping cash. All of her work is done to a high standard. She is a willing worker who uses her initiative and is able to work unsupervised. Tri would be a blessing to any household.

Lynne G., Singapore


Ellen is an excellent cook, often creating new dishes and old favourites. Ellen's written and spoken English is excellent, she is completely trustworthy and works without supervision with minimal direction for new tasks.

Marcus K., Singapore

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Domestic helpers in Singapore

There are about 230,000 foreign domestic helpers in Singapore working for families with children, couples and elderly. Most of the domestic helpers come from Indonesia and the Philippines and work in Singapore on two-year contracts. After finding the right match, employers can start the paperwork process with MOM so that their helper can get her work permit as soon as possible. It is relatively easy to sign the employment contract, but employers must be aware of their rights and responsibilities and what exactly it means to hire and sponsor a helper.

At HelperChoice we find it important that employers have all the right tools to ensure they are hiring ethically and that their hired helper can start her job as soon as possible. But that is not all. We also provide employers with handy tips on how to train their helper on her first day and week, how to handle homesickness and what to do in case of termination. Join the HelperChoice community now to stop worrying about debt bondage of your helper and to hire the best helper you have ever had.