FAQ

We have listed some of the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) from employers about hiring a  Foreign Domestic Worker (FDW) in Singapore.
Do contact us if you have other enquiries not listed here at  (65) 9667 7148 or enquiries@cbldmanpower.com.sg and we will be happy to assist you.

Engaging an Employment Agency

1. What does it mean to be a licensed and accredited employment agency?


CBLD Manpower Consultancy Pte Ltd is licensed by the Ministry of Manpower in Singapore and accredited by the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia. All our personnel dealing with clients are also registered with MOM. We adhere to strict guidelines and fair practices set by both bodies including how we perform our administration, houses, care for and train our FDW candidates and manages our fees to clients. As a licensed and accredited agency, CBLD is regularly audited and evaluated by the authorities. Our clients enjoy peace of mind knowing that they have engaged a professional and ethical agency with fair and transparent fees and good after-sales service. CBLD Manpower Consultancy is listed on MOM-licensed employment agencies directory accessible here.





Employing a Foreign Domestic Worker (FDW)

1. What does it mean to be a licensed and accredited employment agency?


CBLD Manpower Consultancy Pte Ltd is licensed by the Ministry of Manpower in Singapore and accredited by the Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia. All our personnel dealing with clients are also registered with MOM. We adhere to strict guidelines and fair practices set by both bodies including how we perform our administration, houses, care for and train our FDW candidates and manages our fees to clients. As a licensed and accredited agency, CBLD is regularly audited and evaluated by the authorities. Our clients enjoy peace of mind knowing that they have engaged a professional and ethical agency with fair and transparent fees and good after-sales service. CBLD Manpower Consultancy is listed on MOM-licensed employment agencies directory accessible here.





Knowing your responsibilities as an FDW employer

O QUE É O CONTACT GEL


O Contact Gel é uma técnica de alongamento desenvolvida pelo Instituto Qchic que visa Acelerar o tempo de atendimento em mesa, reduzir a produção de pó e resíduos pós atendimento. Proporcionando a Profissional e ao cliente uma experiência totalmente diferente. Baseada na tecnologia de Facetas dentais, a aplicação se assemelha a aplicação das lentes de contato.




AS UNHAS FEITAS COM O CONTACT GEL TEM DURABILIDADE


COM CERTEZA! a sua durabilidade se bem aplicada é igual a de qualquer técnica bem aplicada.




O CURSO É PRESENCIAL OU ONLINE


O Curso de Contact Gel é 100% Online através da nossa plataforma de aulas e tudo fica disponível pra vc por 1 ano. Tanto as aulas como o suporte.




POR QUE O CONTACT GEL É DIFERENTE


O Contact Gel apresenta o diferencial de ganho de tempo em seu processo. Alunas relataram ter reduzido seu tempo em até 70% dobrando o número de atendimentos ou Reduzindo sua carga de trabalho, garantindo muito mais leveza e naturalidade em relação a outros métodos existentes; Além de minimizar o contato com o Gel reduzindo os riscos de alergias e dermatites de contato, evitando o excesso de pó e resíduos no fim do atendimento.




DO QUE SÃO FEITAS AS FACETAS DO CONTACT GEL


As Facetas são feitas 100% de Gel




VOCÊS VENDEM AS FACETAS


O Instituto Qchic Não trabalha com vendas de materiais, portanto AS FACETAS SÃO CONSTRUÍDAS desde o início passo a passo pela aluna.




QUANTAS ALUNAS JA USAM O MÉTODO


Atualmente mais de 2000 alunas já utilizam o método e todas aprovaram e tiveram ganhos extraordinários.




O CURSO TEM CERTIFICADO?


SIM! Após a conclusão das atividades vc receberá seu certificado de Conclusão.




TEM ALGUM ACOMPANHAMENTO?


Você recebe todo o nosso acompanhamento e tem acesso a todo o conteúdo por 1 ano, para desenvolver a técnica da forma correta.




E SOBRE OS MATERIAIS


Como temos alunas em diversas partes do mundo poderemos indicar sites online onde encontrar.




QUAL A CARGA HORARIA


Atualmente A carga horária estimada do curso é de 100 hs e mais de 100 aulas porém nosso conteúdo é sempre atualizado podendo ser incluídas novas aulas.
*OBS* A carga horária é calculada através da soma de TEMPO DE VIDEO + TEMPO DE PRODUÇÃO DAS ATIVIDADES + FEEDBACK E CONSULTORIA.









Discontinuing the employment of the FDW

1. Can an employer terminate the contract with the FDW before it is completed?


Yes, either the employer or the FDW may terminate the contract before it is completed by providing notice and serving the notice period as stated in the employment contract. If the notice period cannot be fulfilled, the party terminating the employment would be required to pay the salary amount due in lieu of notice. The notice period may also be waived by mutual consent. Click here for more information on MOM’s website.




2. What should an employer do when they no longer require the services of a FDW?


When employers wish to terminate the employment of the FDW, notice of termination or pay her salary in lieu of notice is required to be given, in accordance with the employment contract. Employers should check if the FDW prefers to return home or be transferred to another employer in Singapore. If she prefers to be transferred, you may contact CBLD Manpower for the necessary procedures.




3. What are the employer’s obligations if the FDW is allowed to be transferred?


  • Arrange for the FDW to complete her biannual medical screening if she had not done so.
  • Complete the transfer consent form provided by CBLD Manpower to confirm that you agree to the transfer.
  • Make payment for the levy pro-rated up to the date of the FDW’s transfer.
  • Wait for the FDW’s new employer to apply and issue her new work permit. Once this is completed, her work permit and levy charges under your employment would seize.
  • Return the FDW’s work permit card to CBLD Manpower within 1 week of the transfer.
Click here for more information on MOM’s website.




4. What should I do if I do not wish to renew my FDW’s employment contract and she would like to return home?


MOM mandates that you would be required to complete the following before your FDW departs for her home country:

  • Ensure that your FDW has a valid passport.
  • Ensure that your FDW’s flight departure date is within 2 weeks from the date that her work permit is cancelled.
  • Purchase and bear the cost of the air ticket (and check-in luggage) to the international airport in your FDW’s home country which is nearest to her hometown.
  • Resolve all outstanding employment issues (if any) e.g. salary
Click here for more information on MOM’s website. (error on link)





Download the Ministry of Manpower (MOM)’s guide to hiring a FDW.