One of the most common doubts among carers who live together and the families who employ them is how much time they have, in the case of the employer's death, to leave home. Also considering that they care for sick people or the elderly, it is a totally rare hypothesis that someone can use to do calculations. On the one hand, it is clear that the object of the contract and, consequently, the right to stay at home is lost.
On the other hand, it can be understood that domestic workers must be placed in material conditions to find other arrangements. This situation may seem embarrassing when the relationship between the caregiver and the patient's family is very good: someone is afraid of hurting feelings or looks rude but, after the trauma of mourning, this is undoubtedly a practical aspect to face.
If the deceased family of the deceased asks for it and if the guards often ask themselves, to protect their rights, wait to look for other accommodations or other work that includes food and lodging.
Assisted deaths: notification of caregivers to leave home
The answer is simpler than you think. The time available for the caregiver to leave the house (and in parallel, from the opposite perspective, the time that can remain in the house where he works) coincides with the length of the notice in the contract.
For caregivers with a work period of up to 5 years, notification is 15 days, more than 5 years working in the same company can be up to 30 days.
However, if we mean domestic workers as caregivers, who have the right to housing for themselves and their families, including minors, the time permitted to find another home increases to 60 days.
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