Everybody has the toughest moments which they go through whenever they are looking for the job and apparently, the poor people seem to suffer the most in the hands of the rich employees. Apparently, today a lady by the name Salome revealed a lot concerning the cruel times she had in the hands of her own manager in a flower plantation in Naivasha. She said that the boss forced her for bed moments often and this was just so that he could give her Sh300 which she was supposed to buy food for her three children. Being a wife, she felt guilty but she had no otherwise because she was desperate for a job. She said that in their place of work, for a lady to get a job, it was so hard not unless they 'give in' for their bosses. Salome claimed that by then, she used to do all the secret dealings with the boss but if the husband would find out it would not business as usual. Currently, she is permanently employed and paid Sh16200 per month. Salome begged the government to look into women in the society and give them jobs because the cruelty in the hands of bosses when looking for a job is too much in Kenya and apparently they don't care if at all they can infect someone with a disease or not.( Source, Standard Digital).
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