Cambodia is a country rich in culture, history, tradition and religion. Cambodian people put great importance on courtesy and respect and their way of greeting, which is a 'sampeah' or putting their hands together in front of them and bowing, is a reflection of this.
Furthermore, Cambodia cuisine has some similarities to Vietnamese and Thai cuisine but is worthy of its own reputation. It uses subtler spices such as garlic, turmeric and lemongrass and is largely dependent on the freshness of ingredients such as vegetables, fish and rice to make delicious and healthy dishes.
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his is an acronym that stands for 'foreign domestic worker'. This is the preferred term over 'maid'. The Ministry of Manpower or MOM has adapted a more recent term to refer to homecare workers which is 'MDW' or 'Migrant Domestic Worker'.
The following are the list of countries where agencies can recruit FDW: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan and Thailand.
They are entitled to one rest day a week as taking off days is crucial to your helper's mental and physical health. If your homecare worker agrees to work on her off days, they must be paid the day's wage according to their salary.
Typically FDWs have received some form of training from the maid agencies in their home country. Upon arriving in Singapore, they will complete two days of classroom instruction and three hours of on the job training upon arriving at your home.
The average monthly salary of a Cambodian maid is $500.
To get expert help for your household, there are several things to pay for. Along with salary, you must also take into account agency fees, and health insurance for your helper as well.