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Au Pair Expectations from Families

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  • To be treated as part of the family
  • To have her/his own room, with heating!
  • To be allowed time to go to language school in addition to their two days off per week (within reason).
  • To have two full days off per week in addition to time spent at language school.
  • To be paid extra money if they have to babysit for more than 2 nights per week or if they are asked to work more than 25 hours per week (excluding 2 nights babysitting).
  • To be met by either the family themselves or a representative for the family at either the airport, bus station or train station at which they arrive in the host country. If the family cannot meet the Au Pair at the said airport etc., then onward travel should be paid for by the host family, and this should be agreed and discussed before the au pair's arrival in the host country, so that the Au Pair knows exactly where to go and what to do upon arrival in the host country.
  • To be given at least one week's notice.


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