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domestic

Informal (esp in police use) an incident of violence in the home, esp between a man and a woman
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There's also a kitchen intervention course in which trainers revamp kitchens, do in-depth cleaning and plan tasks for the domestic help.
Yet, the financial factor remains as a favorite justification for sending minors out to work as domestic help.
Homeowners should be aware of the many risks of employment practices litigation but should not be too fearful to open their doors to domestic help.
Information, advice and guidance for households need to be improved around domestic help, making it significantly easier to formalise arrangements.
The group expects the figure to rise to pounds 6,251 by 2005/06 as a result of the rising cost of housing, repairs and decorations, and electrical appliances, as well as increased spending on domestic help.
A small number of American diplomats or businessmen who are subject to international assignment and are temporarily reassigned to the United States are also permitted to bring in domestic help on a temporary B-1 visa.
Operating with a database of more than 5,000 domestic help professionals, Best Domestic provides child care service for such clients as Tommy Hilfiger, Ralph Lauren and Lynn Whitfield 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Whether you plan to be attorney general or not, if you have domestic help check out Nanny Tax Inc.
The AICPA expressed its concern that incorporating payroll taxes for domestic help onto the Form 1040 would make that form even more complex (particularly when coupled with a requirement for estimated tax payments), and essentially force more taxpayers into paying to have their tax returns completed.
The product was created by the team at Essentia Software Corporation, innovators of solutions for the unique needs of employers of nannies, babysitters, care providers, eldercare givers, nurses, and other domestic help.
Saudi recruitment committee officials believe the new conditions would increase the cost of recruiting domestic help from the country to SR12,000 a worker.
KUWAIT, Nov 27 (KUNA) -- GCC council of ministers has not officially endorsed a unified protocol regarding the rights of foreign household domestic help in GCC countries, said director of Kuwait's Public Authority for Manpower Jamal Al-Doeseri on Thursday.