The Protocol of Domestic Workers

Most households have domestic workers who provide them with services such as cooking, cleaning, laundry, driving, security, etc. Just because these people are paid for their efforts don’t mean you can ignore good manners tell them what to do without politeness. If you don't want to raise a child who will reflect an echo of poor parenting then, gets avoided in a really cultured circle, it’s not in the place of your child to give instructions to these people you've hired. If he or she must request anything of them then, the request must be made with politeness. As an employer of domestic workers think of yourself as a peripheral profit for those who work at your house. Be polite and helpful to them. Try to build warm, respectful relationships with them.—even though you think they are unlikely to be any good to you in future.

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