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Well-Paid Maids, the Living-Wage Home Cleaning Company, Announces Newest Employee Benefit

Two members of the National Domestic Workers Alliance speak at a recent company picnic.

Well-Paid Maids, a living-wage home cleaning company, is known for paying its employees (not contractors!) fair wages of at least $20 an hour.

It’s also known for providing employees great benefits. We’re talking health, dental and vision insurance; 22 paid days off per year; and 100% employer-paid commuting costs.

And it recently added a new employee benefit to the roster: A free membership to the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), an advocacy organization promoting and protecting the rights of domestic workers in the U.S.

Additionally, Well-Paid Maid employees will get an extra two paid days off per year to do advocacy work with the organization. This could include attending hearings, giving testimonies or going to rallies.

This type of political activism isn’t new for Well-Paid Maids. Previously, it worked with the NDWA to advocate for a Domestic Workers Bill of Rights in Virginia. Well-Paid Maids employees have also testified in state capitals and in Congress for a higher minimum wage, public paid family and medical leave programs, and more.

If you want to support the work Well-Paid Maids is doing — and get your home professionally cleaned by one of its fully-vaccinated employees — book an appointment quickly and easily online.

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