Luxembourg -Parliament ups protection for au pairs -February 07, 2013

A new law providing a legal framework for au pair placements will come into effect after it was approved in Parliament. The law sets limits on the amount of work that au pairs can be asked to do, minimum conditions for living circumstances and obligations to help the au pair integrate into the host society. The law also brings the practice of au pairs under the youth ministry, who will have to co-sign the hosting agreements together with the au pair and the host family. Outgoing au pairs will start receiving training from the National Youth Service.

English: http://www.wort.lu/en/view/law-creates-framework-for-au-pairs-in-luxembourg ...  

 

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