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Is your Helper a Victim of Domestic Violence?

On January 17, 2017, Posted by , In Best Practices while hiring Helpers, With No Comments

For the past many months my house help had been struggling with domestic violence, including physical abuse. Sadly, I had no inkling, till it grew to the extent that I had to intervene and help her register a case with the police. I was surprised, and ashamed, that I had…

H4U Connect Recognized As This month’s Mobile Must Downloads By Stuff Magazine

On January 12, 2017, Posted by , In Awards & Recognitions, With No Comments

    As the new year kicks in, we got the first media coverage of H4UConnect, by none other than Stuff.tv. H4UConnect has been recognized as This month’s Mobile Must Downloads by Stff.TV, which is Stuff magazine’s website. As many of us would know, Stuff is a British men’s magazine…

Always Register Your Helper with Police!

On December 20, 2016, Posted by , In Best Practices while hiring Helpers, With 1 Comment

We often receive questions about how to register a helper with the police or get police verification. So, one of our staff members visited the nearby police station and asked the officer there for help. Here is what we were told: When you hire a new blue collared worker, especially…

Hiring a Cook for Home!

On December 15, 2016, Posted by , In Best Practices while hiring Helpers, With 1 Comment

  In today’s times, we are often hard pressed for time to cook for the family. Lack of time often means that we end up eating outside or ordering food. This is obviously not healthy in the long run, and as an alternate many of us look at hiring a…

Caps off to Mumbai Dabbawalas!

On December 12, 2016, Posted by , In Miscellaneous, With No Comments

#Helper4U.in has associated with #MumbaiDabbawalas to extend our reach to the Job Givers for Blue Collared workers. It was a wonderful experience watching how the Dabbawalas work is on an auto pilot, in spite of no MBA or training. Sharing here some memories we carried back from our first campaign…