November 2018

When your housekeeper or other domestic staff employee has an illness, it’s often easy to see and you can raise the issue if and when needed. But when the problem is a mental health condition, how can you tell? Well, in truth, unless you see a deterioration...

Look how lucky you could be! Do you feel lucky today ? well you could if you just pick up the phone. There are over 160,000 workers in the UK who feel they are lucky to have their wage boosted to £10.55 per hour in London and...

If you suddenly find CCTV cameras where you are working as a housekeeper, do you have the right to know in advance and what the images are used for? The answer is yes to both questions and your right are laid out by the government. It’s...

All national minimum wage rates are set to rise again, with the Living Wage - the statutory national minimum wage for those aged 25 and over- will go up the highest by almost 5% from 1 April 2019. It will boost the figure from £7.83 to...

Recently in Singapore an employer used CCTV to monitor his domestic staff and when he saw his child abused handed the evidence to the police. He then posted it on Facebook. His actions have once again stirred up the “should we or shouldn’t we” monitor...

  In many situations, women’s Menopause is still a taboo subject, but in the workplace, including that of your domestic staff, it has to be recognised and taken into account. In 2017 the government published a report “Menopause: effects on women s’ economic participation.” Prior to that...