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   Term Of Service


Pacific Domestic  Agency is not the employer of the domestic worker it referred to you.  The domestic worker may be your employee or an independent contractor depending on the relationship you have with him or her.  If you direct and control the manner and means by which the domestic workers performs his or her work you may have employer responsibilities, including employment taxes and workers’ compensation, under state and federal law. For additional information contact your Local Employment Development Department and the Internal Revenue Service.


The employer agrees that Pacific Domestic Agency is not responsible for events beyond their control. Pacific Domestic Agency is not liable for the acts and/or the omissions of the domestic worker. Pacific Domestic Agency is not liable for any claims of whatever nature the domestic worker may have against the Employer and the Employer hereby agrees to indemnify and hold Pacific Domestic Agency harmless from any and all such claims. 




In the event that a employers complains about the quality of the services rendered, breakage, theft, or any other problem occurring in or on the premises where the domestic worker rendered service, it is the sole responsibility of domestic worker to resolve the matter directly with the employer and not with Pacific Domestic Agency. If any such complaints are received by the agency, the agency agrees to promptly inform the domestic worker in order for the employee to be able to resolve the matter directly with the employer. The domestic worker releases PDA, its owners, officers, directors, employees and agents from any and all liability and/or damages claimed or incurred in relation to or as a result of domesitc worker provision of services pursuant to this agreement.




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