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Domestic Help in The Gambia

The Gambian Government has issued guideline regulations regarding wages, work hours, vacations, salary increases and termination of services, but in many instances, these are left to negotiation. Gambian workers are now eligible for enrolment in the national social security system.

Men usually fill cook, houseboy, gardener and driver positions. Women generally care for children and do housework and laundry. English- and French-speaking workers are available with varying ability, but because most cannot read or understand English very well, considerable care is required to ensure that instructions are understood. Employers are not obliged to provide meals or uniforms.





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