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

MaidID: M1648
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Alma (29, Single, 1 Children)
Filipino, Catholic

MaidID: M1647
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
SARTIYEM (38, Married, 1 Children)
Indonesian, Islam

MaidID: M1641
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Betty (26, Married, 1 Children)
Filipino, Catholic

MaidID: M1628
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
MAY WIN NWE SOE (36, Married, 0 Children)
Myanmese, Buddish

MaidID: M1621
Agency: Cherish Associates
Agency Contact: 96911606
Working Experience:

4 1/2 years in SG - Malay family of 2 adults & 5 children, ages 10, 7, 5, 4, and 1 yr old. Duties: Housework, cooking and look after children. Reason for leaving: Sir out of job and no money to pay maid's salary.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can cook Malay and some simple Chinese food and willing to learn.

- Have experienced looking after small children.

- Willing to look after elderly.
Other info:

She is from Jawa Timur. Her only son is 11yrs old.

Basic salary: $570
Per off day to compensate: $23
Asking for 2 off days 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 2: 23/06/2015 to 22/01/2016 : 3 years with a Chinese family of 2 adults and 1 toddler and a new born baby. Duties: Housework, simple cooking and fully take care of new born baby. Toddler goes to school half a day. Maid cooks porriage for baby. Reason for transfer: Employer whole family go back to China.

Employer 1: 15/05/2012 to 23/06/2015 : 7 months with a Chinese family. 1 adult and 1 3yrs old girl. Duties: Housework, cooking, marketing, send girl to childcare and take care of her. Car wash. Reason for leaving: From maid:- I need to go back that time because the father of my son want to take my son to their place and stay there for good. My son don't want to follow. His father keep on asking my son, forcing my son to follow him until my son get scared of him. My son don't want to go school already cause he is scared his father will pick him up there. Don't want to eat until he get sick. Then the father of my son filed a complain to our town mayor accusing my parents that they brainwash my son and advice my son not to follow him which is not true. And the mayor ask my parents that if can I have to settle it because i am the mother. My son also asking me to go back, because of this matter and i went back.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can cook simple Chinese food and willing to learn.

- Experienced looking after new born baby in SG.

- Willing to look after elderly.
Other info:

Basic salary: $620

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

3 years in SG with Indonesian Chinese family of 2 adults and 2 children of 2 and 4 years old in a flat. Duties: General housework, cooking and taking care of 2 children.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can cook Indonesian food.

- Experienced looking after children.

- Willing to look after elderly and disables but no experience.
Other info:

Please note that her English is poor.

Basic salary: $560
Per off day to compensate: $21.50

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

She worked in Malaysia last year for only 6 months.
According to Betty, contract stated that Betty only work in one house of 5 people but ended up cleaning 2 big houses and serving 11 people thus Betty went back to Philippines.

She also worked as maid in her hometown for 2 years from 2008-2010.
General Skill:

- Can do Housework.

- Can cook Filipino food and willing to learn.

- Have experienced looking after children.

- Willing to look after elderly.
Other info:

Basic salary: $550

Betty is undergrad. Her child is 4yrs old.
Asking for 2 off days a month, rest to compensate.

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

In SG

Employer 3 : 07/08/2015 to 19/10/2015 - Chinese family of 2 adults and 3 children of 11, 3 and 5mth old - 2 storey condo. Reason for leaving: Maid has to clean 2 houses in a day, sometimes 3 houses a day. Employer do not allow transfer thus sent maid back to Myanmar.

Employer 2 : 04/05/2012 to 20/12/2014 - Chinese family, 4 adults & 2yrs old child in a HDB. Duties: Housework, cooking and look after the child. Reason for leaving: Maid's mother in critical condition and wants to see her daughter.

Employer 1 : 22/02/2012 to 04/05/2012 - Chinese 4 adults, HDB flat. Duties: Housework and cooking. Reason for transfer: Maid eats instant noodles every meal. Once or twice a week employer will give her porriage. Thus maid requested for transfer.
General Skill:

- Can do housework.

- Can cook Chinese food.

- Have experienced looking after children.

- Willing to look after elderly.
Other info:

Basic salary: $520

Every Sunday off.

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

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