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The Most Beautiful Scenery: Workers, Going the Extra Mile to Offer Assistance to the Customers

Going that extra mile in customer service skills, and this occurs only in the, distant locations, where not that many people comes by to visit, rarely in the bigger cities, because we all get caught up in our own lives in the big cities that we are living in, translated…

This is, the last gas station, before we drive up Taiping Mountain on Taiwan Seventh.  The tourists would normally, fill up their gas tanks here, go to the restrooms, or maybe, bring along, a hot cup of, coffee.  The elevations are going up, the roads, winding more and more, and the temperatures are surely to, drop, sharply.

In that small shop, that is a part of the gas station, the tea stewed eggs called out to me.  “We have tasty eggs made with the teas, you can bring a couple up the mountains, it tastes wonderful even when it’s cold!”  We were, persuaded, “if you liked these, as you pass by here when you come back down from the mountain, you can, bring a few more eggs home, it’s good for a few days.”, the worker’s smile like the sun shining, swept away the small displease of how it was, raining, we’d loved, how the store clerk was, confident about what he was, selling.

Another wok was steaming in the store, the clerk lifted up the lid for us to see.  “We are the only one who sell this item here of all the chain in Taiwan, it’s the specialty food item from Hualien, very delicious, we had many frequent customers.”  Seeing how his eyes lit up as he’d told us about the food, with that genuine feel of an old friend, we were, once more, convinced.

With the two eggs, two specialty food item, two hot cups of coffee, we’d, headed toward Taiping Mountain.  At this time, other than the aromas of the foods, there’s, that kindness, that wonderful feel of the care and concern from the clerk.  With his mentioning to us what we need to watch out for, his blessings, we’d found a perfect beginning to our trip.

And, he’d not, let us down one bit.  There days later after we came back down the mountains, we went into the shop to buy some more things, thanked his suggestions, and like old friends, letting one another know that we’re, okay.  And, even though, the sights were breathtaking, but, every time we’d thought back to this trip that we took, the work ethics, the kindness, of that shop clerk, was the most beautiful scene we’d, encountered on that trip.

And so, this, is on how someone who’s just doing his job, who’d, shown you a little extra care and concern, that’s, made everything better for you, and this also showed how important customer service skills are, you’re NOT just selling the items off the racks, you’re, helping someone with fulfilling her/his needs too.  And, if every worker can carry this sort of an attitude, then, everyone can become, employee of the month.

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Rather than Giving the Pepper Sprays to the Super Convenience Store Clerks, Give the Masks to the Customers Who aren’t Wearing Them Instead

How many BOATS had this god damn government that’s running this god DAMN country to the ground missed already again???  Too many I’d, lost count!  Yeah, treating the symptoms, but not finding that needed cure, for the, illness!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The recent case of a super convenience shop clerk getting STABBED to death because his asking a customer to mask up, the head of office of internal affairs, Hsu, suggested that all clerks in the super convenience shops be equipped with pepper spray, I think, this will only, put the workers in, even more, danger.

Rather than being passive in defense, why not, show the care and concerns subjectively.  The managers of the super convenience shops can allot more masks to the store clerks, as the asking for the customers to mask up didn’t work, then, the clerks can provide the masks for them to put on.  Although, this may add to the cost of operations for the store owners, but, it shouldn’t be too hard, while, the lives of the workers, are even more, precious than the costs of, a few, measly, masks.

we have this…free for the, “taking”, all you guys working in the, super convenience shops around here…

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flying OFF those shelves here right now! Photo from online

During the time of defending against the spread of MERS-CoV, what we are in need of is more care and concerns.  And yet, our government came up with the bogus idea, which is, totally, counterproductive toward increasing the safety in the society that we’re, living in.

Yeah, this just showed, how god damn, BRAINLESS these, government officials are, yeah, equip all store clerks with pepper spray, and imagine, what if, one of those customers got sprayed, and flew into a rage, and pull out a god damn GUN, and start shooting everybody DOWN around her/him, then, who’s gonna pay for these, death?  The government?  But, but, but we’d already done all we can, made sure the store clerks are equipped with, pepper spray, to defend themselves against these, psychos that might attack!

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The Case of the Judge Secretly Filming His Female Coworker’s Computer Conversations, May Cost Him His Judgeship

The crimes of invasion of privacy, committed, by a, court judge, on his, fellow, female, coworker here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The Criminal Court judge, Tsai of Taoyuan District Court systems was found secretly filming the private conversation on the female coworker, Tseng’s and her photos, caused the news media to take note; Tseng pressed charges on him, the Taoyuan District Court found Tsai guilty of obstruction of secret, sentenced him to five months in prison, Tsai and the D.A. prosecuting the case both filed for appeals, the Highest Court of Taiwan tossed both appeals back, case settled.

The justice system had suspended Tsai since this May in written order.  The case was reviewed by the evaluation board committee members, and they’d decided to send the case to the duties courts, and recommended that Tsai be taken off his post, this was the new judge laws of July 17th last year, the very first case of impeachment that didn’t go through the Examination Department, and sent straight to the duties courts to try.

The Regulation of Judgeship Article 42 states “the judges who had been found guilty of a jail sentence, who’d damaged the reputation of judgeship” can be relieved of duty.  The legal realm believed, that Tsai was sentenced, and unless his behavior of secretly filming the female judge “didn’t make the position of judge undignified”, otherwise, he would’ve lost his job as a court judge.

Tseng, the female judge’s families has medical needs, Tsai introduced her to a legal adviser of a hospital, Wu, not known that both Tseng and Wu were both single, on May 25th of last, he was sitting alone in the office, and saw Wu’s message to Tseng, popping up from LINE, referring to her as “honey”, and there were the photos of intimacy of both, mistakenly thought the two were having an extramarital affair, and, took the shot of the screen, and, reported it to the Taoyuan District Court’s court manager.

As Tseng was called in, she’d found that Tsai took the screen shot of her computer, that he’d set up the micro webcam, and shot her talking in private with Tsai.  Taoyuan District Court found Tsai guilty of two counts of obstruction of secret, gave him five months, and he can pay a fee and not serve the time.

As the High Courts was in session, Tseng cried, and told that she wishes she could kill the “self that forgot to turn off her computer”, then none of this would’ve, happened.  The High Courts believed, that the victim started having symptoms of anxiety, insomnia; on the surfaces, Tsai had admitted to what he’d done, but, not told of what happened in sum, that it was hard to confirm, that he’d, learned his lessons from the events.

And this would be, another, INVASION of privacy, committed by a court judge, and, as he’d found that the woman was having the intimate conversation with the man he’d introduced her to, he probably felt proud of himself, for catching her cheating, not known, that she’s single and so was the man he’d introduced her to, and, it got him in trouble.

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The School Instructor Made the Claims of Being Bullied at the Workplace, the School Principal Said it Never Happened

The justifications of, the means, the principal has a reason for everything here, and we still don’t’ know who’s right and who’s wrong at this time, yet!  Off of the Newspapers, translated…

The Shiding Elementary School’s principal was accused by multiple teachers of bullying them in the workplace, including not allowing the instructors to attend the seminars during their off-hours, and setting up the cameras in the classroom sessions of specific teachers, and there were the teachers who told they were screamed at by the principal too, Wei, the principal claimed these were blank accusations, that he couldn’t understand why he was accused of these things, the Department of Education started an investigation on the matter right now.

The instructor who came forth to make the claims pointed out, that he signed up for the seminars during his off-hours, but the principal bluntly stated in the local groups, that he will not be allowed to take the seminars, and spread the rumors of how he didn’t put everything into work, he’d filed a complaint to the Department of Education, but, a retired principal had advised him not to go ahead in filing the complaints, but shortly afterwards, he was “evaluated” and, “taken care of”, and the principal stated, “this, is the only way we have, of handling unfitting instructors!”

The instructor who’d made the complaints also testified, that the school set up two video cameras in the teacher’s courses specifically, which were used often, as the improper methods of teaching evidences against them.  A lot of his coworkers left the teaching posts because of this, there was another teacher who’d accused, that the principal, because he was displeased at how the students performed, started going off at the surrogate teachers immediately, to the point of grilling the instructor for a whole of twenty minutes.

The principal, Wei, told that he never cussed at, screamed, of talked down to the instructors, nor demanded the instructors to stand as punishment.  The math surrogate instructor the school hired from before, because there are not enough classes assigned, to fulfill the basic course numbers, that was why the school split up the courses of social studies, and physical education to the math courses, that the school isn’t making it hard for the instructor, and this particular instructor would do the magic tricks for the students, that was why he’d told the teacher, later on, the instructor quit, and, the evaluation committee looked at the facts, and decided that he was ill-fitted as an instructor, that he’d not forced him out.

The principal, Wei told, that the installation of the surveillance outside of the office was because there was someone who was there for construction purposes back then, he’d feared the safety of others, that was why he’d had the cameras installed, and that all of the asking had been discussed, and passed by the school affairs committee already.

The Hsinbei Department of Education stated, that the matter of the principal’s attempt to sway the evaluation processes, they’re looking into, as they’d received the complaints in July, and as they examined the facts, they’d found no evidence of it, and the instructors of the school recently filed a complaint against the principal too, and the Department of Education had set up a reviewing committee, to investigate.

And, based off of this, there’s nothing wrong with what the school principal was doing, or maybe there are, he might be using the justifiable causes to bully the teachers, and yet, all his actions were, rationalized, seemingly for the safety of the school, the installation of the surveillance, to keep an eye on the construction workers who came to remodel the school, but something IS, definitely, going on here, we just can’t quite, define what yet!

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The Female Bus Driver, Kind to Treat Every Passenger Like a Member of Her Own Family

With a good work ethics, and a care and concern shown toward her passengers, a gentle female bus driver at work, off of the Newspapers, translated…

There were the passengers who rode the Kingbus Route 1551 from Keelung to Hsintien, who’d commended a female driver with long-hair, for driving very stably, how she’d shown great concerns for her passengers as they alighted and gotten off her bus, and offered her assistance to them.  The bus company found this driver, it was Lee, who drove the Keelung route, a sweet-looking woman, she said, what she did was a part of her, work responsibilities.

The passenger, Ms. Lin left the message of her good experience of riding Route 1551, with the “long-haired driver”, that she drove very steadily, that as the passengers got on and off, she’d been kind to remind them to watch the gap, to be careful, and when there were the immobilized elderly, she’d, gotten out of her driver’s seat to assist them, that all the passengers who rode her bus had nothing but good things to say about her, that she was a gentle, kind female bus driver.

Lee is a married woman from Keelung, originally she was a homemaker, a little over two years ago she passed her bus driver license, became one of close to ninety drivers for the Kingbus drivers, one of three women.  She doesn’t have a set route that she drives, recently, the most frequent route she drove was from Keelung’s Luodong, Route 1880, and the recent route she stepped in to drive, the Keelung to Hsintien, Route 1551.

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the female bus driver who was noted for her kindness and gentleness for her passengers…photo courtesy of UDN.com

Lee is a sweet looking woman, over thirty years of age, a mother of two children ages around seven and eight, because she has elder, and children to care for, she’d, shown the special care and concern toward the elderly and the young children passengers who took her bus, treated them as if they were her family, gently reminded her passengers to be careful of the steps as the alighted and gotten off, patiently waited for her passengers to sit down and then, drive.

The milder, gentle nature that is attributed to the feminine, in the workforce of primarily male drivers, she is, very popular.  Lee’s motto for work is, “if you’re gentle to your customers, they will be gentle to you back!”, she is always able to keep good terms with her customers, maintained the amicable means of interactions with them, “I am happy driving every day”, she enjoyed working, always has a smile on her face, is, a gentle female bus driver.

The assistant to the CEO of the bus company, Chen stated, that the company will give her an award for her work ethics.  To which Lee responded, that she was only doing what she is supposed to, that most of the drivers shared her same attitude toward the passengers.

This woman took her work seriously, and, puts her heart AND soul, into work, into providing the services to her passengers, and, it’s her means to show her cares and concerns for her passengers that’s, touched them, this is a woman with the good work ethics!

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The Professionalism that the Taiwanese Employees Lacked

Written by a professor of applied art department here, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The foreigners say, that Taiwan has nice people, good food, but the fundamental structures, are nowhere NEAR up to standards.  Because of how the workers cut the corners, the Bridge of Nanfangao collapsed, the train to Taroko crashed.  This reminded me of how the man, Kuo’s thoughts upon his encounter of workers in Japan when he’d visited, laying down the tiles, he’d noted, how focused those construction workers are, never-seen-before by him.  Recently, Chiao, the commentator on the news programs also criticized, that there’s that total lack of professionalism in the occupations, and this professionalism is on how no matter how small the jobs, they’re all done, with precisions, to perfections.

Based off of the news media reports, the perpetrator of the Taroko Derailing case, Lee was, a repeated offender, with a long list of, not, up-to-standard constructions in his past, and, his certifications wasn’t withdrawn back the issuers, and he was contracted for a government project!

And these past couple of days, there was another worker, cutting the corners.  The Yilan segment of the Taiwanese Railroad was constructing an elevated platform, with the workers, not watching out for the trains, gone onto the tracks to pick something up, was rammed into by the Taroko Trains, then, there was, another train coming, and thankfully, another worker stood out onto the tracks, waving the flags to prevent the trains from proceeding, otherwise, that injured worker would, lose his life, like how these trains are like cabs, you can, flag them down to stop them from keep going at any time, this showed how loosely the workers were, managed.

And, the article goes on to describe the professionalism of the professional workers in Japan, how they’re, set up to follow a set of standard operating procedures that they rarely, deviated from, comparing to how there’s NO structure, NO systems that the workers are, working by here, and you see this, sharp contrast.

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Used Her Managerial Status to Check Her Subordinates’ Cell Phones, the Manager Was Transferred

She’d, improperly, abused his status of power here!  Off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

A manager from the Economics Development Department of the Hsinbei City suspected that five of her subordinates were passing around bad words about her, demanded that they turn over their cell phones, and signaled at how one of the employees’ job was because of her, giving it.  The mayor of Hsinbei, Hou stated, that this behavior is improper, and he’d told that the department needed to evaluate its members’ behaviors, and transferred this office manager to a nonmanagerial position.

A member of the online community claimed that s/he was “nobody” who worked for the city government of Hsinbei City, that because of the manager’s suspicions of the workers gossiping about her being bad and awful, demanded all workers turn over their cell phones, and used the search functions to check her own name, and her own job title, but, the group was all about the works rants on the daily goings on from work, and for the sake of ordering the teas and drinks, there’s NO specific character attacks on anyone.

The city councilmen, Chang and Chang at the questioning of the city council stated, using one’s own status to demand the subordinates to turn over their cell phones, the city government’s officials should examine more closely how this matter wasn’t handled properly right away, and how the manager had broken the law on forced actions, demanded that everything gets cleared up in two weeks’ time by the city government.

And, based off of understanding, the worker, was displeased of how the manager handled things, told the personnel office of the department, but didn’t receive any help, the individual didn’t know how else to handle the matter, which was why s/he started, ranting on it online.

The head of the Economics Development Department, He stated, that as personnel received the complaints, they’d immediately set up a specialty task force to investigate, other than demanding the manager to give a written statement of what had happened, they’d also, interviewed the subordinate, at the same time, called an emergency evaluation committee, and the precise results will be publicized later.

The manager who was accused, when receiving the call from the press reporter, stated, that she was unaware of the matter, but the if the reports were untrue, slanderous, then, she will pursue a defamation suit against those who accused her.

The mayor, Hou stated, that the cooperation, the working togetherness to achieve a common goal, that, is what’s important for the team of government officials, and that everybody in the office, in the process of these evaluations, need to introspect oneself frequently, because only through these constant self-evaluations, the team can, progress forward.

And so, this, still just showed, how this manager abused her status of power, to check her subordinates’ cell phone, because she knew that she wasn’t just or had done something that upset her subordinates, and she’d, taken that preemptive strike, in calling wolf, and in this particular case, because she had, invaded into her subordinates’ privacy, she got demoted to a nonmanagerial position.

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The Judge Who’d Requested that the Female Assistant Give Him a Massage Demoted to a Court Clerk

And this loser only got???  Oh yeah, DEMOTED, and if you ask me (who asked you!  Exactly…), this MOTHER @#$%ER needs more than that SLAP on the wrist, to LEARN his lessons!  A case of, abuse of, power, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

The district judge of Hsinchu, Wu, while working as a justice for the civil courts, used his power status over the three assistants at the office, to have them find his daughters tutors, to go to his daughters’ school functions, field trips, and had the female assistant massage him, and as this became known, he’d coached his assistant to say that “it wasn’t a massage” that she was the one who’d, kindly offered to help him alleviate the stresses in his body.  The Examination department found Wu had abused his power, and impeached him, the justice punishment courts yesterday took Wu’s judgeship away, and transferred him to work as a secretary of the courts of Taoyuan.

The secretary of the chief justices are responsible for anything else away from ruling over the cases, to help share the workload of the judges, Wu’s current wages are a little over $184,000N.T.s per month, and as he got demoted, he only makes a little more than $105,000N.T.s.

the fifty-year-old Wu had once worked in the district court judges in Banciao (before the reforms) and Miaoli, later he’d worked as the head justices in the courts of Hsinchu, until August of two years ago, he got pulled off the bench, and started last January, he’d been on suspension.

The duties courts investigated, that started in the end of May of 2018, to mid-June of 2019, Wu made requests to his female assistants to sort through matters not related to their work, what they weren’t hired to work for, his private matters, including writing his vita for his professorship at Chingwha University, the questions of the mid-terms, answered the questions of his students, to even booking the afternoon tea sessions, the trip to Hong Kong, he’d asked him assistants to manage for him.

Wu had asked another female assistant to rub his temples, his shoulders, neck, and get the heat out of his systems, the female assistant felt disrespected and ashamed.

Wu also used threats to his pupils, as he’d started, teaching law, “don’t let me catch you, or I will, get rid of you”, and as his female students got pregnant, he’d told them, “don’t sign up for the Hsinchu District Court Systems”.

The duties courts criticized Wu for belittling women, that he’d broken the laws of gender equality, that because of his actions, it’d lowered the trust, and expectations that members of the public had of the justice systems.

And so, clearly, this LOSER had, ABUSED his power of being a judge, he’d made those, unreasonable requests to his female secretaries, and they’d not dared, defy him, because they feared getting fired, which made him go more overboard, with his requests, and this LOSER deserved more than just being pulled out of his status as a judge, this loser deserves to get JAILED, and see how he liked being someone else’s BITCH!

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The Social Workers’ Understanding of Multiple Cultures is WAY More Important than Their Bilingual Abilities to Speak & Understand English

Written by a part-time social work associate professor, on how UNREALISTIC the policy of social workers being certified in the English language truly, is, off of the Front Page Sections, translated…

On the trends of globalization, and internationalization trend, to up the competitive edge internationally, the government is reinforcing the means of dual-language education, and the testing department, in correspondence with the policies, is planning on setting up the requirements to have the English language standardize tests into the requirements, as this news came, the social work realm started ranting, everybody thought this was an unreasonable rule, that it’s, incomprehensible why the government was, mandating this.  In the realms of social worker, being culturally educated is way more important than being able to speak English fluently, the testing department shouldn’t set the standardized qualifying rules for social workers to be fluent in English, to pass the English standardized tests.

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Taiwan is a multicultural community, with the foreign spouses closing in to 540,000 and those who speak Chinese close to 580,000, and this data still excludes all the foreign workers, along with the children from the foreign spouses, but, it’d been proven, that there were the problems of cross-generation upbringing, and the employment issues from the natives and the migrant families, and the rates of domestic violence, child welfare and protection are a slight bit higher in ratio too.  The population of women who are in the special conditions is higher than the other groups’, especially in recent years, the single parent families, and the cases of families on the lower end of the economic spectrum rising up fast; while the structures of social work had been providing the welfare programs to the general public, that instead, these help programs should be tailored to the varied needs of each individual and individual families specifically, and so, there’s, this necessity of the multicultural awareness and understanding.

Taiwan is now, impacted by the reduction of birthrate, the aging population, and in the implementing of the long-term care program, the trained professional social workers are, absolutely, necessary, and, yet, there’s, a very strict qualification for the certification of becoming a social worker, with the forty-five professional credits in the studies, more than four hundred hours of internship in the facilities.  And now, for the sake of “globalization” the government had added the English language qualifications exams, ignoring the local voices, can it, really, resolve the issues, it’s, quite, doubtful.

The social problems that the social workers come face to face with, in order to understand the issues with each and every case, the primary way is to get to know the values, the life experiences of the cases who are soliciting the assistance, the cultural backgrounds of the various individuals, then, they are able to, provide, the best needed, assistance to them, and so, getting these social workers trained on the multiple cultural awareness is what’s most important in the now.  Adding in the English language qualification exams, this will only drive the test takers to the cram schools, and, even if the test takers pass the exams, will they be helpful enough to the cases?  I truly suggest, that instead, “adding the language courses for the natives and the newly migrants”, to enforce the communication means of the social workers with their cases, to bring the language to everyday living, to pull the social workers closer to the cases they’re assigned to, that, is what’s, more, practical.

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And this still just showed, how UNREALISTIC the policies those lawmakers came up with, that are being signed into legislation are, unrealistic, and they’re making the social worker majors, to add on, another fifty, sixty, even seventy more hours of English courses so they can pass their English certification exams, and the writer is absolutely RIGHT, on the fact, that the government should SLASH this rule of English language evaluations, and maybe, focus on the languages of the foreign care workers, the migrant workers’ home language, that way, these social workers will be able to help assist these cases even better!

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The Long-Term Caretaker Population Makeup Showing a Gender Uneven, More Females than Males, the Imbalance in the Ratios

This is only, natural, isn’t it, as the GENDER stereotypes worked!  Off of the Newspapers, translated…

As the society ages, we are in need of more manpower , the population of caretakers are unequal gender wise, there are more women and not enough men, and, the job descriptions are quite stereotypical too with the men working the late night shifts, or the more manual labors.  The governments of Tainan City and Yunlin stated, that there are, increases in males who got certified as caretakers, that the requirements are easier to meet, that there are a lot of women who took their husbands along, their children too, to put themselves into the long-term care work, that it’s something positive that we want to see, in the economy and the caretaking realm.

The local department of sanitation told, that there are a total of certified 1,754 long-term care caretakers, with women making up 1,505, and men only 249, that there are six times more women than men.  Last year from January to September there were a total of 4,434 caretakers certified, only 788 men and 3,646 women, the male to female ratio was 1:4.6.

The social services department in Tainan told, that based off of the cases, they would assign the caretakers, when the cared are stronger built, and needed to move around and get bathed, they would send the male caretakers; while the women caretakers may be taking care of someone who’s slightly unable to care for oneself, with less labor, like household help, meal prep, shopping, and the like.

Mr. Jiang who’d once worked on the frontlines of this, because the employers held the stereotypes of how female caretakers are more tentative and careful, he was switched off, later, the unit he worked in transferred him to the graveyard shift, then, had him work as a driver.  He said, that in the caretaking industry, the men would be discriminated based off of their sex.

The long-term care sect of the Department of Health & Sanitations of Yunlin Huang analyzed, that the imbalance of male and female ratio in long-term care has to do with society and culture, it’s even more so compared to past now, but in recent years, there are, more and more men who are, entering the field of long-term care.

The head of the Kang-Tai Long-Term School, Dai believed, that in order to solve the problems of long-term care, there needs to be more locations set up, with the forefront of having an ideal work environment, and better pay, to attract more manpower.

And so, men are, discriminated again, because of their sex, and it’s, still from our beliefs of how women are more careful, that men are, made of muscles, and it’s still, SEXIST, and besides, people aren’t that comfortable, with a male caretaker who will be required to bathe those who are in need of this sort of help, which is WHY the long-term care sect is still more, female-oriented right now.

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