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An employer who was annoyed with her help took to social media to ask others what kind of punishment should be meted out to her.
In an anonymous message on Wednesday August 31, the employer wrote that his assistant had washed his Louis Vuitton shawl “without asking me how it should be done or if I wanted to have it washed”. She added that the shawl cost her S$1,000 and she only used it twice.
“Obviously she did the usual way of throwing it in the washing machine and now the very pretty piece of shawl looks like a worthless piece of fabric. Her apologies are worth (sic) nothing and this is not the first time that she has messed up the business of the house, ”wrote the employer.
On the list of things the wizard had ruined were a Dyson vacuum cleaner that only lasted six months and a Xiaomi water boiler that lasted less than three months.
The employer wrote: “What should I do to her when she keeps messing things up in my house? Asking him to leave is too easy, isn’t it? She just gets away with it.” She added that she had already warned the assistant to be gentle and take care of her things as they were all ‘bought by our hard-earned money’.
“I’m really annoyed,” the employer wrote.
Netizens who commented on the post wrote that the employer should be solely responsible for their own property. They added that she should have told her aide what to do.
Here is what they said:
In July this year, a foreign domestic worker who wrote she was unable to manage work in a 3-storey bungalow with two dogs and a car desperately asked netizens for advice on how she could be transferred quickly in another household.
In a post on the Facebook group FDW in Singapore (working conditions forum), the assistant wrote that because she was required to do chores in a 3-storey bungalow which included managing two dogs and washing the car every day, she asked her employer to release her. She added that she was now with her agent.
While she was with her agent, other employers were able to interview her and she found another potential employer. However, she added that this potential employer was involved in a legal battle because of his former assistant. As such, she wrote that she was still awaiting deployment.
Maid says she can’t manage a 3 story bungalow, 2 dogs and wash a car every day, she desperately wants a new employer
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