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Domestic work means work performed in or for a household or households;the term domestic worker means any person engaged in domestic work within an employment relationship;a person who performs domestic work only occasionally or sporadically and not on an occupational basis is not a domestic worker.
Domestic workers are those workers who perform work in or for a private household or households. They provide direct and indirect care services, and as such are key members of the care economy. Their work may include tasks such as cleaning the house, cooking, washing and ironing clothes, taking care of children, or elderly or sick members of a family, gardening, guarding the house, driving for the family, and even taking care of household pets. A domestic worker may work on full-time or part-time basis; may be employed by a single household or through or by a service provider; may be residing in the household of the employer (live-in worker) or may be living in his or her own residence (live-out).
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