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International Journal of Home Science

2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 2, PART E

Working condition of female domestic worker at workplace

Author(s): Harshita Bisht, Suman Singh and Hemu Rathor
Abstract:
Domestic work is dominated by female workers. The strong preference for nuclear families has resulted demand of domestic workers. Domestic workers were received low wages, faced discrimination and highly exploited at workplace. Moreover employers did not give extra pay for extra work. Domestic worker had no support system and society to fight against their exploitation. This study was conducted to assess working condition of domestic worker at workplace in Udaipur region. Primary data was collected with help of face to face interview schedule. This study concluded that domestic workers discriminated at their workplace on the basis of caste. They had no power to bargain for more wages and paid leave in month and no courage to leave the work due to poor financial condition.
Pages: 266-269  |  31 Views  13 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Harshita Bisht, Suman Singh, Hemu Rathor. Working condition of female domestic worker at workplace. Int J Home Sci 2019;5(2):266-269.
International Journal of Home Science