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Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby ellbra » Thu Nov 01, 2007 12:49 am

We arrived at Suzhou SIP two months ago. We need an Ayi for our kids and have heard something bad. Any advice or suggestion are greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot!!

Ell
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby Guest » Thu Nov 01, 2007 10:42 am

ellbra wrote:We arrived at Suzhou SIP two months ago. We need an Ayi for our kids and have heard something bad. Any advice or suggestion are greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot!!

Ell


what's Ayi?????
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby alexss » Thu Nov 01, 2007 11:27 am

Guest wrote:
ellbra wrote:We arrived at Suzhou SIP two months ago. We need an Ayi for our kids and have heard something bad. Any advice or suggestion are greatly appreciated. Thanks a lot!!

Ell


what's Ayi?????

meaning a maid, or a house service personal to look after kids, cook or clean.
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby jwhahn » Thu Nov 01, 2007 9:41 pm

if you had a bad experience for ayi, I suggest you ask your colleagues or friends, and they may know someone or their ayi may recommend one for you. find an agency is an alternative.
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby nickistin » Mon Nov 05, 2007 10:59 pm

My immediate neighbor has a housemaid or Ayi who is provided by a Phililipino company. My neighbors said the maid was well trained for the house service job and speaks English that solves a big problem for communication between them. If you hire a local Ayi, you have to find someway to deal with the language problem.
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby corolin » Thu Nov 08, 2007 5:21 am

to protect you and your family, hire a maid from a registered agency. it is a safe way.
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby jdor » Sat Nov 10, 2007 11:08 pm

can someone tell me what is the possible cost to have a full time house maid at home?
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby jennwfinch » Tue Nov 13, 2007 2:44 am

we pay our ayi 12 rmb/hour and my neighbour friend pay 10/hr. in general, 10-15 rmb per hour is reasonable and fine. our ayi comes 2 times a week, 2 hrs a time. sometimes we gave her some money as a goodwill but most time she would not take them. if you want a stay-in ayi for full time job, 2000 rmb or so may be the case.

jdor wrote:can someone tell me what is the possible cost to have a full time house maid at home?
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby ellst » Sat Nov 17, 2007 4:28 am

but if you hire a phillipino housemaid, the cost is much much higher than 2000rmb. differences are 1) they are formally trained for the job of all kinds; 2) they speak english well. but rememeber they always have visa problems.
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Re: Hiring an Ayi in Suzhou

Postby tmhshine » Mon Dec 03, 2007 12:24 pm

i prefer local ayis. you save a lot, lot bucks :D
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