Once training is completed, you have the ability to make more than minimum wage. The rate varies depending on your position and length of employment.
Réponse de Molly Maid
Some days are ridiculous and not worth the money you’re working 6 to 7 hours and making maybe $10.50 an hour a lot of the houses are under charged which means less money for you and more for the company so in those cases it’s not worth it but other times you can make $20 or more per hour depending on your speed so basically the faster you are the more you can make so if you’re paired with the wrong partner you make a lot of money and the job won’t even be worth it!
It doesn't pay by the hour, you get paid by percentage. If a clean is worth $115 you get a percentage of that. Once you add it all up, you're getting paid a part time salary for doing a full time job. It's not worth it.
You can make up to $20 per hour depending how long you take to clean the house. You get a percentage from your weekly total
Why is it only $11.00 an HR when it should be $14.00 at least
Réponse du - House Cleaner (Former Employee) - Nanaimo, BC
11$ per hour
Réponse du - House Cleaner (Former Employee) - Saint John, NB