Trust no one until you know them, then you will see that everyone has their own level of honesty, even within the family It maybe trivial, but if it's your last favourite sweet and you haven't had any, your going to be disappointed I vote for cameras every time! They help to keep the temptation in check! But warn them that CCTV is for security and safety for all concerned, there is no law against having a camera in your own bedroom and the kids bedroom, though a 3rd party is entitled to their own space free of camera's. toilets are out of bounds for CCTV.BillyB wrote:What on earth is the point of having a camera to record someone YOU ARE HAPPY TO LET MIND YOUR KIDS or come into your house? If you aren't 100% happy, or not a trusting person, why would you take the risk in the first place with one of the most important things in your life?
Just a question:amarok wrote:Thanks for the info and your comments. Personally I think it should be legal even in the bedroom as a cleaner is in the private house as a defacto employee so he/she should expect certain level of supervision at any time in the areas normally not sensitive to anybody's privacy. Contrarily, If this was not a cleaner but my guest I would expect such recording or monitoring illegal in any place (if not made know to her/him).
well, NO CAN Do.Personally I think it should be legal even in the bedroom as a cleaner is in the private house as a defacto employee so he/she should expect certain level of supervision at any time in the areas normally not sensitive to anybody's privacy.
I knew already before you were a treasure employer but typically part time maids / cleaners do not have their own bedrooms in somebody's house They are there to work only, not live, sleep and do other extra private activities.ecureilx wrote:If you think you need to supervise your maid in her bedroom, you shouldn't be having a maid, says me with a lot of humbleness ...
I think it is a risky move. I don't want to get into more details as this is not unlikely they may read this board from time to time, but they simply violated the contract so they have to have a good reason for this. At the same time they refused to pay back the money giving me by this the only opportunity to cheaply sue them in SCT. Also this alleged threat is not really a threat if you think about it from the consumer relation perspective and what the company promises to their customers. If this developed to the SCT stage it may harm their reputation in the longer term so yes, I am kind of surprised but taking into account the greed factor maybe not.ecureilx wrote: Just a question:
You are threatening to sue and expected them not to pull the plug ??
I am not that old as the ancient guys on this board, but, let me tell you a secret: Such threats of the reputation being harmed 'generally' dosen't fly in Singapore .. (especially with SMEs)amarok wrote:If this developed to the SCT stage it may harm their reputation in the longer term so yes, I am kind of surprised but taking into account the greed factor maybe not.
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