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Domestic Help in Senegal

The Senegalese Ministry of Labour regulates domestic wages, vacation time, work hours and dismissal conditions.

Men usually fill cook, day guard or gardener positions. Women customarily care for children, do laundry, cook and basic household cleaning. Depending on qualifications and duties, salaries range from $50 to $200 a month.

Senegalese law requires that employers provide a transportation allowance, which costs approximately $20 a month for full-time employees. Employers must enrol full-time employees in the local social security and retirement systems. Few servants live in and meals are only provided for full-time staff. Uniforms are supplied by the employer.

Most domestics speak French. Domestics should have medical exams before being hired.





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