Frequently Asked Questions by Employers

Anisya welcomes all employers to use the website to manage their own domestic worker hiring process independently. This is in line with our mission to provide as many employment opportunities to workers as possible. If you have a busy schedule and would prefer to outsource this process, Anisya is happy to provide you with these […]

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Dear Workers, Some of you have asked  if it is possible for you to not reside with your employers during after-work hours. Under MOM’s current regulations, stay-out maids are not allowed and “the employer shall ensure that the foreign employee resides at the residential address stated in the work permit”. As such, to prevent any […]

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Dear Employers, If you would like to feedback on your worker’s conduct, character, work attitude or performance, you may send Ministry of Manpower (MOM) your feedback with the following information: FDW’s Name and Work Permit number/FIN Employer’s Name and Employer’s NRIC number/FIN Employer’s contact number and/or Email address Please indicate “Feedback on FDW’s Conduct” as the subject. […]

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For the DW members in the Anisya community, we have recently rolled out a new system to automatically link your Facebook replies to Employer ads back to your Anisya profile.  This will make it easier for employers to find out more about you and to improve your chances of being contacted for interviews.  You can […]

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1. All employers are required by law to ensure the work safety of Foreign Domestic Workers (FDWs) they hire to work in their households. This is particularly important for employers who hire FDWs directly without going through Employment Agencies (EAs) and thus, have not signed the Safety Agreement Form for newly deployed FDWs administered by […]

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Effective from 1 January 2013, all employment contracts (including renewals of contract) are to include a mandatory rest-day for domestic workers. Employers who fail to do so would be in breach of the Employment of Foreign Manpower (Work Passes) Regulations. The current maximum penalty for a breach of the Employment of Foreign Manpower (Work Passes) […]

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Forms that employers will need as part of processing the MOM application for transfers. Consent from employer to Transfer (also known as the “Release Paper”) Authorisation form for Employment Agency

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Please note that the following practices by Employment Agencies are against the law in Singapore. If any of these activities are happening to you, or if you’re looking to help a friend who is subjected to these activities, you can raise the issue to MOM through a Feedback form that is available on the MOM […]

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This is an important message for both the domestic workers and employers in the Anisya community as it affects the domestic worker’s ability to transfer.  Please note that you need to submit the transfer application to the Ministry of Manpower (MOM)  AT LEAST ONE MONTH before the domestic worker’s current work permit expires.  Any applications submitted later […]

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This page provides an overview of the requirements that Employers need to meet before they can hire a foreign domestic worker (FDW).  There are also some conditions around whether Employers can continue hiring FDWs. The full description of requirements and conditions can be found on the MOM website, and you are strongly encouraged to read […]

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