Showing posts from January, 2023

Step Up for Agencies: The online video training tool is now available to employment agencies to enhance domestic worker training

Step Up transforms domestic worker training for employment agencies with an innovative online video training tool: Step Up for Agencies. Step Up for Agencies is the ultimate white label solution for employment agencies looking for a full or hybrid online training program for their domestic workers. Our platform offers a simple and easy-to-use admin panel and dashboard for agencies to create worker accounts, manage training, view progress, and monitor results. With Step Up for Agencies, agencies can have their own branded learning websites, powered by our extensive library of over 150 training videos. The videos are available in multiple languages including Bahasa Indonesia and Tagalog, and cover a wide range of topics, including cleaning, cooking, child care, financial literacy and many more, so that domestic workers can acquire the skills they need to excel in their roles. Results Guaranteed! Our platform is designed to save employment agencies time and money while providing their wor

How to train your helper in 2023

There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, as the best way to train your helper will vary depending on her previous experience, level of skill, and your specific needs and preferences. However, some tips on how to train your helper effectively include: 1. Be clear and concise in your instructions When giving your helper instructions, make sure to be clear and concise. Ask her to repeat the instruction so there's no misunderstanding. Check her facial expression and body language. If she still looks confused, you could use Google Translate to repeat the same instruction in her language. 2. Communicate your expectations Make sure your helper knows what is expected of her in terms of duties, schedule, and performance. It's not enough to just say "Clean the toilet today." Tell her specifically what areas need to be wiped or sprayed with water. Let her know you expect it to be done at a certain time, otherwise she may work on other chores and leave it until the