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Draft Report: Patterns of Employment Arrangements and Working Conditions for Domestic Work in Zambia

Draft Report: Patterns of Employment Arrangements and Working Conditions for Domestic Work in Zambia

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by IDWFED published May 31, 2014 12:00 AM
Contributors: Ipsos Public Affairs | ILO
The main aim of this study was to provide more in depth information on the terms and conditions of work and employment for domestic workers in Zambia.

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The main aim of this study was to provide more in depth information on the terms and conditions of work and employment for domestic workers in Zambia including salaries, working hours, rest days and leave, health care and insurance and benefits, contractual arrangements with employers and interpersonal relationships of domestic workers.

In order to do this, qualitative information was collected with a number of key informants including domestic workers and their employers in both urban and rural Zambia, as well as maid centres, which increasingly are involved in the recruitment of domestic workers.

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