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Azizah (33, Married, 1 Children)
Indonesian, Islam

MaidID: M1721
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Vanessa (24, Married, 2 Children)
Filipino, Catholic

MaidID: M1720
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Beth (37, Married, 2 Children)
Filipino, Catholic

MaidID: M1719
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Saw Mon (29, Single, 0 Children)
Myanmese, Buddish

MaidID: M1718
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Sri Wahyuni (33, Married, 1 Children)
Indonesian, Islam

MaidID: M1715
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Working Experience:

Oct 2007 to Feb 2009 : 1 year 4 months in SG with 4 different employers. Azizah was only 23yrs old then. She could not speak English and was not trained then.

Now she is mature and has good experience in Hong Kong.

5 years in Hong Kong, details as follow:

Employer 1 : Jan 2012 to Dec 2015 (4 years)
- 3 adults, 2 elderly and a 13yrs old autistic child. Duties: Housework, cooking, marketing and looking after the child.


Employer 2 : Dec 2015 to Dec 2016 (1 year)
Only Grandma and Azizah. Grandma is from China and can only speak Hokkian. Azizah can't speak Hokkian thus Employer change maid.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can cook Chinese food. Can touch pork but cannot eat pork.

- Have experienced looking after Autism kid.

- Have experienced looking after elderly.
Other info:

Basic salary: $640
Per off day to compensate: $25

She is from Lampung Timur.

EA name & contact no: Celyn Chee 96911606
Employment Agency: Cherish Associates
Employment Agency Licence No. : 15C7557
EA personnel no.: R1110886
Working Experience:

No experience as maid.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can cook Filipino food and willing to learn. Vanessa has been cooking for her family.

- Can look after children as she has been looking after her children since birth.

- Willing to look after elderly.
Other info:

Basic salary: $550
Asking for one off day a month.

EA name & contact no: Celyn Chee 96911606
Employment Agency: Cherish Associates
Employment Agency Licence No. : 15C7557
EA personnel no.: R1110886
Working Experience:

2 years 3 months in Saudi Arabia with a family of 8 adults in a 3 storey house which have 9 bedrooms. Only one maid. Housework only.
General Skill:

- Can do housework, even big house.

- Can cook Filipino food. Willing to learn.

- Willing to look after children or elderly.
Other info:

Basic salary: $560
Per off day to compensate: $22

EA name & contact no: Celyn Chee 96911606
Employment Agency: Cherish Associates
Employment Agency Licence No. : 15C7557
EA personnel no.: R1110886
Working Experience:

Employer 1 :27/02/2016 to 28/02/2017 : Chinese family of 2 adults, 2 chidlren of 4 and 10 yrs old and Grandma. Duties: Housework, cooking, send and fetch children to/from school, look after Grandma who can walk slowly. When Grandma falls sick, maid will provide full toilet assistant. Reason for leaving: Maam vent her anger on maid almost everyday even when maid did not make any mistake.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can cook simple Chinese food and willing to learn.

- Have experienced in taking care of elderly.

- Have experienced in sending children to school.
Other info:

Basic salary: $450
Per off day to compensate: $20
Asking for one off day a month.

EA name & contact no: Celyn Chee 96911606
Employment Agency: Cherish Associates
Employment Agency Licence No. : 15C7557
EA personnel no.: R1110886
Working Experience:

Employer 5: 07/02/2015 to 09/01/2017 : Chinese family of 3 adults and Ah ma in a HDB flat. Duties: Housework, cooking and take care Ah ma who is mobile.

Employer 4: 16/10/2014 to 07/02/2015 : Chinese family of 2 adults and 4 children. HDB flat. Reason for transfer: Employer do not allowed off day and handphone thus maid requested for transfer.

Employer 3: 12/07/2014 to 25/07/2014 : Chinese family. HDB flat. Look after Sir but Sir passed away 1 week later thus maid asked to be sent back to Indonesia.

Employer 2: 06/01/2014 to 12/07/2014 : Chinese family. HDB flat. Look after Ah ma. Reason for transfer: Ah Ma passed away.

Employer 1: 20/02/2013 to 06/01/2014 : Malay family, HDB flat. 2 adults and 4 children. Reason for transfer: Not easy to handle all 4 children thus maid just finish her loan and requested for transfer.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can do cooking. Can touch pork but cannot eat pork.

- Experienced in elderly care.

- Willing to look after children.
Other info:

Basic salary: $580

Per off day to compensate: $23

EA name & contact no: Celyn Chee 96911606
Employment Agency: Cherish Associates
Employment Agency Licence No. : 15C7557
EA personnel no.: R1110886
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