Servicio del hogar familiar
La relación laboral concertada para prestar servicios retribuidos por cuenta de una persona física, titular de un hogar familiar o de un domicilio o lugar de residencia en el que se prestan los servicios domésticos.
¿Qué tareas incluye?
Cualquiera de las modalidades de las tareas domésticas. También la dirección o cuidado del hogar en su conjunto o de alguna de sus partes, el cuidado o atención de los miembros de la familia o de las personas que forman parte del ámbito doméstico o familiar. Trabajos de guardería, jardinería, conducción de vehículos y otros análogos, siempre que estos se realicen formando parte del conjunto de tareas domésticas.
A domestic worker is a person who works within the employer's household. Domestic workers perform a variety of household services for an individual or a family, from providing care for children and elderly dependents to cleaning and household maintenance, known as housekeeping. Responsibilities may also include cooking, doing laundry and ironing, food shopping and other household errands.
Different domestic worker jobs
Au pair, foreign-national domestic assistant working for, and living as part of, a host family
Between maid, an in-between maid; her duties being half in the reception rooms and half in the kitchen
Boot boy, a young male servant, employed mostly to perform footwear maintenance and minor auxiliary tasks
Butler, a senior employee, almost invariably a man, whose duties traditionally include overseeing the wine cellar, the silverware, and some oversight of the other servants
Charwoman or char, a female house or office cleaner, usually part-time
Chauffeur, a personal driver
Cook, either a cook who works alone or the head of a team of cooks
Domestic chaplain, as in the households of noblemen and royalty
Governess, a woman teacher for the children
Handyman (household repairs)
Housekeeper, usually a female senior employee
Lackey, a runner
Librarian, as in noblemen's houses where the library was substantial
Maid (or housemaid)
Nanny (also known as a nurse), a woman taking care of infants and children
Personal trainer (fitness, swimming, sports)
Secretary (social or corresponding)
Valet or "gentleman's gentleman", responsible for the master's wardrobe and assisting him in dressing, etc. In the armed forces some officers have a soldier (in the British army called a batman) for such duties
Wet nurse, provides suckling for infants if mothers cannot or do not wish to do so themselves
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