The Graham Agency
The Graham Agency is the pre-eminent domestic recruitment agency which professional working men and women select for high calibre housekeepers, often with ancillary duties; cooks, nannies or carers, to assist in the running of their household.
With personal service, attention to the particular needs of clients, strict vetting and assessment of candidates as their ethos, increasingly professionals from all walks of life trust The Graham Agency to find the right candidate for their life-style.
Established in 1984, with offices in Mayfair and Highgate, London, The Graham Agency supplies a range of domestic staff to clients primarily located in London and the Home Counties.
"Personal recommendation from satisfied clients is a primary reason for our success" explains Diana Graham of The Graham Agency,
The Essential Guide to Employing Domestic Staff, a free guide from The Graham Agency, is now available on our website. It makes crucial reading for the millions of households that employ or are thinking of employing domestic staff.
Download your free copy of the The Essential Guide to Employing Domestic Staff (pdf).
There are some two million domestic workers in the UK according to 2013 statistics from The Work Foundation. Housekeepers, nannies, carers and other domestic workers to literally millions of families are becoming essential helpers to cope with today’s busy life-styles. But for many people employing someone is a new and potentially fraught experience. Our new guide - the first of its kind - walks you through the employment maze in clear, easy to understand, terms.
If you are an employer of between 1 and 49 staff, which is likely if you employ a nanny, cleaner, housekeeper or carer, you should have received a letter from The Pensions Regulator informing you of your duty with respect to enrolling your staff into a pension scheme and making contributions to their pension. There are over 750,000 employers in the UK in this category, many of whom do not realise that they fall within the legislation introduced with the Pensions Act 2008.