Respect Domestic Workers #Ramadan2014

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Jun 30 2014

Most workers' hours are reduced in Ramadan, allowing observers and non-observers alike to arrive later and leave earlier to accommodate pressures of the holy month. But for many domestic workers, Ramadan means longer hours and more responsibilities.

Share this campaign with friends and family as a reminder that domestic workers should always enjoy reasonable working hours and fair working conditions.

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