The small print

  • The ‘Terms and Conditions’ for every traveller and host on Working Traveller is that they agree that if you are not allowed to use casual labour in your country, then you should only use voluntary work. If travellers are paid to work, both host and traveller must make sure that what you are doing is legal and that it is declared to relevant authorities and tax offices.
  • If any official government department contacts Working Traveller and want us to help them with an investigation they are conducting we may be forced by that country’s laws to provide them with details of your account. So keep what you’re doing legal. We do not advise or otherwise encourage anyone to work outside of the law. We are the matchmaker, what you do once we have introduced the traveller to the host is up to you but we do not recommend in any way that you work illegally in the country you are working in.
  • For Travellers, It is up to you to make sure you have the right working visas and paperwork to work in your chosen country. We provide as much information as we can in the Work In section on what is required for short-term work. Working Traveller is doing all it can to provide our users with the right information so they can operate within the laws of the countries they are working in.
  • To see the full terms see the Terms and Conditions page.
  • To see Working Travellers Privacy policy see the Privacy Policy page.

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