We provide a variety of home-help services which include but are not limited to; Housekeepers, Nannies, Companions, Cleaners, Butlers, House Managers, Chauffeurs, PAs, Chefs and Couples.

The variety of personalities and strengths of help we have recruited on our team allows us to cater to your specific needs, wants and requirements – whether you need help from a Nanny-PA who is also a trained chef, or a Housekeeper who can drive, we can provide it all.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do we find the right candidates?

We have many ties with various communities around London. We have partners from Romania who recruit ladies from their churches and community. We also have strong connections with the Indian and Nepalese community. The variety of candidates we recruit enable us to cater to your needs. Our trial period further allows you to test out whether a candidate works for you to ensure you are happy with your decision.

What does a “trial period” mean?

We offer our clients the option to trial candidates for up to a month, paying a weekly temporary fee which is deducted from the final invoice. This step in our recruitment process alleviates clients pressure and ensures both sides are happy with the placement and decision.

Should we give our nannies a contract?

We would always suggest a contract is set up to ensure both parties are protected and satisfied. Holidays, Pau and notice periods are also clearly set out in the document. We unfortunately are not legally allowed to write contracts but are happy to advise you.

What is the difference between a Nanny and Nanny/Housekeeper?

A nanny generally has formal child care experience. Ladies who are nannies are looking to work in a mainly sole charge role and are prepared to do all house work pertaining to children (i.e child bathing, bedroom tidying, cooking for children etc). Nannies/Housekeepers are happy to work with parents or by themselves and expect to do general cooking, ironing and washing for the family. However, each role varies according to the requirements.

Where can I find the Job Application document to fill out in order to work for you?

Where can I find the Recruitment Form

Is it essential that I have a driving license in order to work as a carer?

No, it is not necessary for you to have a driving license. However, if you do have one and are comfortable in a home-help role that requires you to drive, then please provide accordingly.