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Domestic workers are part of labour force

Domestic workers are part of labour force

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by IDWFED published Jul 28, 2022 12:00 AM
In this booklet, the Domestic Workers Union (DWU), Sri Lanka explains to workers to encourage them to join the union to pressurize the government to bring laws for domestic workers. Hopefully each and every one who reads this will join the Union’s journey to bring relevant laws for domestic workers.

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In this booklet, the Domestic Workers union explains to workers to encourage them to join the union to pressurize the government to bring laws for domestic workers.

Hopefully each and every one who reads this will join the Union’s journey to bring relevant laws for domestic workers.

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The booklet provides conversation with the domestic workers on:

  • Is it important for Domestic Workers to have EPF/ETF?
  • Why not maternity benefits for domestic workers?
  • Annual paid leave is not for Domestic Workers, is it correct?
  • Domestic Workers work more hours, so why no overtime payment?
  • Don’t you think Domestic Workers should not be terminated whenever employers feel?
  • We are ready for a legislation on domestic workers, why not?

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