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Financial cover for your domestic worker

Your domestic worker cares for your children, your animals and perhaps even your elderly parents. She cooks, cleans and looks after your family as you juggle the demands of work and home life. But who would look after her family if she was seriously injured in a taxi accident and could not work? Find out how you can ensure that your domestic worker is financially protected against disability and even death.

According to Statistics SA there are between 1 and 1.5 million workers in South Africa employed as maids, gardeners and child-minders. Many of these domestic workers are sole breadwinners and provide the only source of income for their family and sometimes even extended family. How would that family cope if hospitalisation or death meant the loss of their only monthly income? Would you, the employer, be in a position to help them?

Enter Domesticsure, an insurance policy from 1st for Women that offers death, disability and hospital benefits for domestic workers for just R66 per month. You can purchase the policy telephonically - no paperwork required!

Domesticsure offers the following benefits:

  • A death benefit of R25 000 for natural death and R50 000 for accidental death
  • A hospitalisation benefit of R200 per day for 104 weeks (that is two years!)
  • A disability benefit of R50 000
  • 24 hours telephonic access to Hello Doctor for free medical advice and guidance

For the employer, the Pocket Payroll benefit takes the hassle out of managing payslips and UIF benefits with free access to online payroll services.

With Domesticsure you know that your domestic worker and her family will always be looked after. Now you can care for her just as much as she cares for you and your family!

Find out more about Domesticsure from 1st for Women.

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