What do Chore workers do?
Chore workers perform a variety of tasks for clients. Most of the work is house cleaning. However, clients also need help with running errands, getting to appointments and with yard work.
Is there anything that Chore workers may not do?
Chore workers are not allowed to perform any personal care, nor financial management (including paying bills). Insurance also prohibits Chore workers from driving clients in the worker's car, from using heavy equipment (including chain saws), and from climbing above the first floor of a house on a ladder.
Is this full time work?
Work with The Chore Service is not guaranteed. Some clients require just a few hours of work (raking leaves, moving furniture, helping with a particular task), and others several hours per week.
What is the pay?
Chore Service pays $13.75/hour plus $.56/mile.
How are Chore workers paid?
When a Chore worker completes work, they fill-out a time slip, which is signed by the client. The worker returns the top, white copy to the Chore office, and leaves the yellow copy with the client for their records. Chore workers are paid bi-weekly and time slips are due to the Chore office every other Tuesday by 4pm. Chore clients do not pay the Chore worker directly- clients have the option to contribute to the Chore Service. Chore workers are paid $13.75 plus mileage regardless of the client's contribution. See sample below:
Time Slip Sample