Imagine ... you are so busy with work that you have no time to look after your house. You decide (and luckily can afford it) to hire a domestic helper. By the way, when I was in India I learnt that it was normal for middle class and high class families to have domestic helpers who support them in running their household. I would like to share some tips when it comes to dealing with domestic helpers.
- They will be more of a joy rather than a nuisance.
- They will cook your food with love and not spoil it.
- They will be more motivated to do their job quicker, more efficient and professional.
- They will be happier and smiling rather than frustrated and annoyed.
- They will not steal anything from your house or do any harm to it.
- They will turn up on time and be more reliable.
- They will work longer hours or at least not object so easily if once in a while they might be required to work longer hours.
- They will be less sick or absent from work. (It just makes your job more difficult because you might have to replace the person or do it by yourself).
- They will be more loyal and not look for other job opportunities anywhere else. (This means it saves you again time and money).