kimanjome Posted March 24, 2020 Report Share Posted March 24, 2020 I can't find this anywhere. Our maid and gardener came yesterday and worked. I wasn't certain if they would show, but they did. The maid showed us the news that they, workers, are supposed to stay at home. I agreed, that's okay. She said they should be paid for this. I agreed--short term. However, my concern is if this is extended for a longer period, as in the US. Few, if any, workers are being paid if they are not working at home. I've thought of asking the maid to prepare some meals while staying at home (she is always cooking soup for her large family) and put in Tupperware containers for our freezer. Or maybe sewing some of our clothes or making cloth napkins or pillowcases for our house while she is at home. (She can sew and has a machine; I have the supplies). This way I could justify to continue to pay her. Does anyone have any ideas on this? 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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