FAQs - Au Pair for my family


Do I need an au pair contract?

The au pair contract is where an au pair agency provides a major advantage.

We make sure the contract or letter of intent is fair, reasonable and represents you interests.

Every day come across au pair contracts (not ours, of course) that are unreasonable and unfair.

We believe very strongly in an open and equal relationship between au pairs and host families.

A fair contract that sets up the au pair to succeed is a big part of this.

The contract generally includes the following

  • Period of stay with the host family
  • Job Start and end date in the host family country
  • There should be a detailed description of separate room, food and other facilities to be given to Au Pair.
  • Job responsibilities for a childcare should be mentioned in contract.
  • Job timing, health insurance and other duties should be clearly written in this contract.
  • Pocket money and paid holidays has to be discussed with Au Pair and the same should be in contract.
  • Notice period guidelines should be a part of this contract with mutual understanding.
  • Information on conveyance to language classes should be provided.
  • Information on registration formalities related to travel and stay at host country.
  • Important information like phone number, address, of each other should be shared and also written in contract