International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS)
.
current issues
Volume-5,Issue-9  ( Sep, 2019 )
Past issues
  1. Volume-5,Issue-9  ( Sep, 2019 )
  2. Volume-5,Issue-8  ( Aug, 2019 )
  3. Volume-5,Issue-7  ( Jul, 2019 )
  4. Volume-5,Issue-6  ( Jun, 2019 )
  5. Volume-5,Issue-5  ( May, 2019 )
  6. Volume-5,Issue-4  ( Apr, 2019 )
  7. Volume-5,Issue-3  ( Mar, 2019 )
  8. Volume-5,Issue-2  ( Feb, 2019 )
  9. Volume-5,Issue-1  ( Jan, 2019 )
  10. Volume-4,Issue-12  ( Dec, 2018 )

Statistics report
Oct. 2019
Submitted Papers : 80
Accepted Papers : 10
Rejected Papers : 70
Acc. Perc : 12%
Issue Published : 67
Paper Published : 4093
No. of Authors : 8411
  Journal Paper




Paper Title :
The Glue That Binds Domestic Workers and Employers in Armed Conflict Society: A Case of Changara Village in Mozambique

Author :Nyanga Takupiwa, Jan Kruger, Rosemary Sibanda

Article Citation :Nyanga Takupiwa ,Jan Kruger ,Rosemary Sibanda , (2018 ) " The Glue That Binds Domestic Workers and Employers in Armed Conflict Society: A Case of Changara Village in Mozambique " , International Journal of Management and Applied Science (IJMAS) , pp. 76-78, Volume-4,Issue-12

Abstract : Armed conflict in Africa and beyond has become one of the key precipitators to unemployment, deterioration of working conditions, poverty and impeded socio-economic development. The purpose of this study was to establish the factors that bind domestic workers and employers in armed conflict society. This study used a purely qualitative methodology. An interview solicited data from eight purposively sampled domestic workers in Changara village in Tete province, Mozambique. The findings of the study indicated that job satisfaction and poverty are the key antecedents that bind domestic workers and their employers. The provision of social services such as health facilities and education to domestic workers and their children, assistance of domestic workers’ displaced relatives and provision of physical security are some of the factors that bind domestic workers and their employers. The study recommended that employers should provide adequate socio-economic support and avoid exploiting them by giving them low wages and also sexually and emotionally harassing them. Keywords: Armed Conflict, Employers, Domestic Workers, Job Satisfaction

Type : Research paper


Copyright: © Institute of Research and Journals

| PDF |
Viewed - 20
| Published on 2019-03-13
   
   
IRAJ Other Journals
IJMAS updates
IJMAS -THANK YOU ALL FOR CONTRIBUTING YOUR PAPER TO IJMAS JULY ISSUE.ALL AUTHORS ARE REQUESTED TO GET THEIR HARD COPY NOW.
The Conference World
Facebook

JOURNAL SUPPORTED BY