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A significant culture clash is evident within Kenyan society between domestic workers and their employers. The culture views domestic workers as unskilled and uneducated which translates into their mistreatment in the forms of exploitation and abuse. There is an apparent disconnect between the demands the employer places upon the worker and the feasibility of the worker to meet those demands. The domestic worker, at large, is not valued or viewed as a person with needs, feelings or desires. The clash could be a result of Jobs Kenya not looking at their house helps as individuals with lives that exist outside the realm of their home but rather as servants whose only purpose in life is to cater to their every whim. How ever if you have any question about this then I request visit and asked them for Enjoy everybody. Thank you.

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February 20, 2016 at 1:16 PM

That is the fear: I have lost something important, and I cannot find it, and I need it. It is fear like if someone lost his glasses and went to the glasses store and they told him that the world had run out of glasses and he would just have to do without.
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