In Singapore, many of us are privileged to have helpers assist us with our home duties, including looking after our kids.
Some helpers are absolute gems -- you are indeed fortunate if you have a helper like this.
Sometimes, unfortunately, the helper you employ may not be all that suitable for your household, or display traits that are just unacceptable, especially if she is responsible for your young baby or an elderly family member.
Of course, there are instances when you can give your helper (like any other employee really) a second or even third chance, if she has made a genuine mistake or if there has been miscommunication between the two of you.
But there are other times when it’s just not worth the time, effort and of course, the compromise to your family’s safety to continue employing her.
What are the warning signs you should heed that indicate it is time to let your helper go? Browse this gallery to find out.