TREAT MAIDS WITH DIG­NITY

Woman's Era - - Long Story - – R. Srini­vasan, Se­cun­der­abad.

The ar­ti­cle Get­ting A Maid ( Oc­to­ber I) was an in­ter­est­ing read. It is a never end­ing prob­lem for most of the women but the real prob­lem lies with many women ex­pect their maids to do all the chores by them­selves be­cause they are be­ing paid. But some women would de­lay work for them and de­mand them to spend time in their house. This is un­fair while women are ready to spend hours in the gym pay­ing a hefty sum and do hard ex­er­cise, they are not ready to do any work in their home. If we treat them with re­spect and be while talk­ing to them, they are sure to re­cip­ro­cate in their there­fore it is im­per­a­tive that a probe is or­dered to get to the bot­tom of the is­sue to un­ravel the truth, oth­er­wise it will only em­bolden cer­tain men in po­si­tions to ex­ploit women to sat­isfy their lust. Also the fact that sex­ual ha­rass­ment at the work place is a per­va­sive phe­nom­e­non, the si­lence of women ne­tas is shock­ing.

At last the cor­po­rate af­fairs min­istry in or­der to put an end to this out­ra­geous prac­tice de­cided to call for an­nual re­port from or­gan­i­sa­tions men­tion­ing about com­plaints re­ceived from women em­ploy­ees and steps taken to ar­rest the preda­tors is a well- in­ten­tioned and a wel­come move which should ad­dress the prob­lems of women faced at work places.

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