Help for our household help

November 11, 2008 at 7:17 am Leave a comment

Good help is hard to come by. But when they do, they are such a great blessing to families. Especially at a time when both parents must work because of the economic crunch, a household helper is very critical to ensure that the household runs smoothly and effectively.

fortunecare2Being a household helper is no joke. The work is demanding (not to mention the bosses), the hours are long, and they pay is very little. I’ve seen several household helpers come and go in my family and we’re lucky to have at least two helpers spend most of their life with us.

If you’re looking for other benefits to your helpers, you can give them the Fortune Care HELP Card. It’s a special healthcare coverage for household helpers at a very reasonable price of PhP2,800 annually. For such a small amount, your helper can already avail of the following:

* One-time hospitalization per year up to PhP30,000
* Unlimited medical consultations at any Fortune Care clinic
* Laboratory and Diagnostic examinations
* Personal accident insurance coverage of PhP10,000 and more

I just availed of this plan for my part-time household helper recently. She’s been with our family for 11 years already. Prior to us, she worked for my aunt for 12 years. She’s very trusted and smart, too, as she can handle errands to government agencies, processing papers, etc. I plan to renew this health card every year as this is just a small price to pay for her loyalty, trustworthiness and efficiency.

If you want to know more about HELP, just visit the Fortune Care website.


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