Domestic Help: The service a domestic worker introduces to the employer or his family at the work place as per the provisions of Domestic Help Labor Law.
The Worker: A natural person who performs a fully paid domestic help service under the direction, supervision and guidance of the employer.
The Employer: Any natural person or recruitment office that uses a worker to perform any domestic help service profession.
The Family: Those who are related to the employer by a close relationship or marriage, or who he takes care of, for any legal or moral reason.
The workplace: The place designed for permanent or temporary residence of the employer, his family, or the recipient of the domestic help and his family. This also includes private farms.
Recruitment Office: An office authorized as per the provisions of Domestic Help Law, to mediate to recruit workers, upon what the employer asks for or to temporarily employ them.
Temporary Employment: A system under which the Recruitment Office employs a worker meant to be made available to a third party) to perform any work subject to the provision of such law. Such performance of work shall be under the direction, supervision and guidance of the recipient. The Executive Regulation shall determine conditions, controls and measures of such employment, as well as the relationships that arises between the office, the recipient and the worker.
The work Contract: A fixed-term agreement concluded between the employer and the worker, which regulates the rights and obligations of the two parties as per the form approved by the Ministry.