AUSTRALIA’S FIRST NEW HOME MANAGER TOM BOY HAS quit his homekeeping job.
Tom Boy has just returned from a four-year stint as a housekeeper at a Sydney home owned by a wealthy couple, and said he would be devastated if he left the job he loves.
“I would be extremely disappointed if I left.
I have loved every day of my four years here and I love what I do and what we have achieved,” Mr Boy said.
Mr Boy said he had already had a number of conversations with his employer and they agreed he was the right person to be the new head of housekeeper for the home of the wealthy couple.
He said he could see a future working for the couple if they were not happy with his performance.
But he said he did not want to leave until the job was done.
“This job has given me a lot of support, I’ve been lucky enough to have a lot in common with my co-workers.
The job has provided me with an amazing platform for the work that I do, and I would like to do the same for the family,” he said.”
But I don’t want to be a housekeeping dad and be able to do this without doing a lot more for the household.”
He has spent the last four years working with a couple who owned the home, who Mr Boy described as “one of the most successful and well-respected home owners in Australia”.
“They have built a home, built a family, built the foundation for the future, built an empire, and they have been doing it well for over 40 years,” he added.
AUSTRALIAN NEW HOME RESOURCES AUSTRAILONIAN HOUSEHOLDS: The ABC has contacted a number for the owner of the house, who does not want their identity published.
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